Steven Shaw


Steven Shaw used to be a litigation attorney at Cravath, Swaine &gMoore, a New York law firm, and is now the online community managergfor and the Director of New Media Studies at thegInternational Culinary Center.

Other than a few shares of Citi, Microsoft, Alcoa, and Greif that Igcan't seem to get rid of, and our apartment in Harlem, my family'sginvestments are in ETFs managed automatically by Amerivest. At presentgmy primary employment is in the nonprofit sector, though I may at anygmoment go work for a tech startup in which case I'll update thisgdisclosure statement. I have a personal friendship with NathangMyhrvold, the former Microsoft guy and principal of IntellectualgVentures, but my relationship with him strictly concerns thegfood-and-wine aspect of his ventures. I teach at the InternationalgCulinary Center, formerly the French Culinary Institute.

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Can you patent a steak?

Can you patent a steak?

Cows have been around for ages, and nobody ever figured out how to butcher this particular steak. The inventors of this process have effectively made every cow worth more, and deserve a piece of the action.

June 21, 2012 by in Legal