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October | 2019 | Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner | Patent, Trademark & Copyright Attorneys, Indianapolis, Indiana

2019 October

Entrepreneur and inventor, Bart Waclawik, featured in Indianapolis Business Journal

October 30, 2019

Bart Waclawik, founder and owner of Innovative Neurological Devices, is working with Woodard attorney, Christopher A. Brown, to protect his innovative medical device, the CERVELLATM Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulator.

CERVELLATM is an FDA-cleared medical device for treatment of anxiety, depression, and insomnia and is the world’s first and only Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulator with patent-pending proprietary conductive treatment electrodes that are integrated into a stereo headset allowing patients to receive treatment during study, work, or play. CERVELLATM is also the first and only CES device that is managed through an App on a smart device.

After witnessing a close family member struggle with existing products, Mr. Waclawik was inspired to create a product that would fit seamlessly into a patient’s lifestyle. The patent-pending CERVELLATM headphones allow patients to inconspicuously receive treatment from any location.

For more information on the CERVELLATM Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulator, please visit: CERVELLATM

To read the article published in the Indianapolis Business Journal, visit: IBJ 


The Firm Welcomes Scott J. Collins, M.S. Biology  

October 2, 2019

Woodard Emhardt is pleased to announce that Scott J. Collins has joined the Firm as an associate.

Since 2018, Mr. Collins has worked as a law clerk for the firm and will concentrate his practice on all aspects of patent and trademark prosecution and litigation. Prior to joining Woodard, Scott gained valuable experience working for a startup software company conducting corporate and intellectual property legal research to determine the how to best protect the company’s IP assets. He also worked for a major pharmaceutical company conducting patent landscaping research and meeting with scientists to determine patentability of their work. While pursuing his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Biology, Scott was a biology lab instructor and, as an assistant in an ecology and evolution lab, led lab projects and instructed students.

The Firm welcomes Mr. Collins and looks forward to building on Woodard Emhardt’s 140 years of protecting and defending client’s creative and intellectual assets.