April 26th, 2017
IP Events of Interest to the LAIPLA Community
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Don’t Miss the USC Gould School of Law 2017 Intellectual Property Institute program on March 21, 2017
FAIRMONT MIRAMAR HOTEL & BUNGALOWS SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA
Intellectual Property Institute
Tuesday | March 21, 2017
IP Remedies Roundtable and Workshop
Monday | March 20, 2017
FEATURED SPEAKERS AND TOPICS:
Tom Rothman (Chairman, Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group)
10 Federal Judges: Circuit Judges Chen and McKeown, District Court Judges Dalton, Fischer, Huff, Kronstadt, O’Connell, Schroeder, and Wu, and PTAB Judge Chen.
7 Leading Academics: Professors Balganesh, Determann, Farley, Hugenholtz, Lemley, Menell and Nimmer.
The Latest IP Topics: the IP year in review, judicial perspectives on IP, pushing the limits of IP law, managing high profile IP cases, inter partes review and the role of the PTAB in invalidity litigation, enforcement and strategies against counterfeiters and diverters, protecting global brand value and brand equity, what IP lawyers need to know about communications law and European copyright developments for American lawyers.
• Concurrent breakout sessions focused on copyright, patent and trademark.
• Special networking breakfast session for women in IP focused on implicit bias.
• Five networking breaks, including a hosted cocktail reception.
• Submit questions for the judges.
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For more information visit: http://law.usc.edu/cle/ip
AIPLA 2017 Spring Meeting
Date: May 17-19 2017
Location: Marriott Marquis San Diego.
Make plans now to join more than 500 IP practitioners from around the globe for the second of AIPLA’s three annual stated meetings.
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Startup Legal Garage at UC Hastings
The Startup Legal Garage at UC Hastings is looking for additional lawyers anywhere in the state of California interested in participating.
The Startup Legal Garage allows students to do corporate and intellectual property work for early stage tech and biotech companies with the work supervised for free by outside law firms. With 60 law students and 23 law firms involved, the Startup Legal Garage has been named one of the most innovative law school programs in the country
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Please contact Alice Armitage (email@example.com) if you are interested in participating in the program.