The 2016 Intellectual Property & Technology Institute will provide you a real-world discussion of developments across all areas of IP and tech law. Cosponsored by the Copyright Society of the USA.
6/2/2016 to 6/3/2016
June 2-3, 2016
Westin Westminster Hotel
10600 Westminster Boulevard
Westminster, Colorado 80020
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We are proud to cosponsor the 2016 Intellectual Property & Technology Institute.
In one place over two days in scenic Denver, learn about all major developments in IP and tech law, and spend time with colleagues from around the nation, at one of the largest gatherings of IP and tech law professionals.
- Plenary session on "IoT: Internet/Intelligence of Things," by a leading national technologist
- National panel of federal magistrate judges discussing trends in IP law and litigation
- Panels of PTAB judges and SPEs discussing developments at the USPTO
- Chief Judge Rogers on NEW developments at the TTAB
- Mark Lemley on the annual patent law year in review
- David Bernstein on the annual trademark year in review
- Ian Ballon on the annual copyright year in review
- Jeff Dodd on the annual licensing year in review
- Jim Pooley on the annual trade secret year in review
- Marty Schwimmer on TTAB and the year in review
- Wayne Stacy and Orion Armon on PTAB developments
- Hear from Lesley Fair of the FTC on how to keep your clients out of trouble
- The sharing dilemma -- fostering innovation and collaboration and protect your client trade secrets!
- Doing business in India and China -- what your clients need to know
- Developments in privacy and data security
- Danger ahead: Is your license an inadvertent franchise?
- Breakdown of termination and service-level provisions in licenses
- IP and commercialization issues in the burgeoning marijuana industry
- Issues when representing the arts community
- Secured transactions, bankruptcy and tax issues in IP and technology law
- Estate planning for IP entrepreneurs
- Financing tech startups
- Ethics, smartphones, social media and lawyers -- how all these things can easily get you into trouble
Copyright Society of the USA Members receive a special discount:
Digital Download $439.00
Paper Materials $469.00
General Credits: 15.00
Ethics Credits: 2.00