Head over to the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville's website for my guest blog post where I interview some friends of the Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts (VLPA)! Check it out.
Pre-order today! The ABA's newest publication, "Careers in IP Law: Avenues and Opportunities," is now available from the American Bar Association's Section of Intellectual Property Law. Click here to order a copy.
I had the chance to flip through a copy of the book at the Intellectual Property Law Conference in Washington, D.C. last week and highly recommend getting a copy. If you are a law student, I was told you can qualify for a free digital copy!
"This is a great resource and provides a fantastic discussion of what it takes to practice in IP areas," says Griffin Barnett, a third-year law student at American University Washington College of Law. "It offers excellent advice to both law students and young lawyers looking to practice intellectual property law."
#IPLSpring CLE Preview: The Blonde, the Red Shoe, the Round-Cornered Rectangles: Debating the Frontiers of Trade Dress Law
With trade dress being a hot topic in the news recently, you know the 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, VA would have an entire CLE session devoted to the topic! "The Blonde, the Red Shoe, the Round-Cornered Rectangles: Debating the Frontiers of Trade Dress Law" CLE session will take place on Thursday, April 4th, from 8:30 AM until 10:00 AM in Salons I and II of the Arlington Ballroom.
#IPLSpring CLE Preview: From the Inside Looking Out: An In-House Counsel Perspective on US International Trade Commission Investigations
Wait! Don't leave! One of the capstone CLE events of the 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, VA this year covers the topic of Section 337 investigations. The CLE session will take place on Friday, April 5th, from 3:30 PM until 5:00 PM in Salon IV of the Arlington Ballroom. Plus, the program is eligible for ethics credit!
Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 is used most often in the area of intellectual property to prohibit the unfair methods of competition or other unfair acts in the importation of goods into the United States. Claims include allegations of patent infringement and trademark infringement by imported goods.
#IPLSpring CLE Preview: Copyright: Copyright Infringement in Patent Prosecution: Might Your Firm Be the Next Litigation Target?
We are less than a week away from the ABA's 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, VA! There will be over 30 Continuing Legal Education credit sessions, some eligible for ethics credit, in addition to multiple networking events. I will be covering one of the sessions on Copyright called "Copyright Infringement in Patent Prosecution: Might Your Firm Be the Next Litigation Target?" at 8:30 AM in the Arlington Salons 5 and 6.