A middle-aged patent attorney tries to pursue his dream of being a stand-up comedian; Brian takes diet pills that make him constantly go to the bathroom; Nikki finds a pee jar; Judith is concerned about tight clothing worn at the office; Wes and Reid have drinks where Wes complains about his job and Reid gives […]
The official trailer for a new comedy series about a patent attorney who decides to secretly pursue his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian. Created by and starring a real patent attorney, Wes Austin, who dreams of being a stand-up comedian. Like our Facebook page! Follow us on Instagram! Follow us on Twitter!
The documentary, My Dream’s A Joke (made about the making of The IP Section pilot episode), was invited to screen at the 2016 San Francisco IndieFest (SF IndieFest)! Wes and some of the crew take you through the trip, screening and share their thoughts on the highs and lows. Like our Facebook page! Follow us […]
The pilot of “The IP Section” and its companion documentary,”My Dream’s A Joke” were both accepted to screen at the 2015 Independent Television (ITVFest) Film Festival in Vermont. Wes and some of the crew from the pilot episode take you through the trip, screening and share their thoughts on the highs and lows. Did they […]
This is a documentary about the making of the pilot episode of “The IP Section,” a story about a patent attorney who decides to secretly pursue his dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian. This documentary shows how a real patent lawyer and his legal assistant produced a TV pilot without any experience. The pilot episode […]
Patent Lawyer turned Stand-up comedian Wes Austin joined Bryce Prescott in-studio to discuss his foray into stand-up comedy AND his incredibly successful project; The IP Section: a 5 part web series that shows (you guessed it) the journey of a patent lawyer as he finally follows his dream to become a comedian. It’s a fun […]
The legal news service Law360, a LexisNexis company, wrote a great article about Wes Austin and his new comedy series “The IP Section.” If you have a subscription to Law360, you can read the full article here. Thank you Law360 and Matthew Bultman for the excellent writeup!