The 21st Annual Intellectual Property Institute (March 2016) [C16602]

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Seminar Date: March 11, 2016
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This seminar took place on March 11, 2016 in Seattle, WA.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY | BUSINESS LAW | LITIGATION


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In our digital age, the Internet and social media make it easy to share ideas and products, making it a constant challenge to protect the creations of the mind. Law governing copyrights, trademarks and patents are not always up to the task of providing clear structures for the modern age. Dig into advanced issues in protecting and litigating intellectual property, including:

  • Separate tracks focusing on patent law, and on trademark/copyright law.
  • Annual reviews in IP law that keep you updated in the law and that you’ve come to rely on
  • Ethics that touch on issues encountered in the life of an IP attorney
  • A clear look at monetizing intellectual property and defending patent owner’s rights
  • A comparative look at IP litigation and pleading rules across three states
  • Defending brands from dilution


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Patent Case Law, the Year in Review
Jerry A. Riedinger


Chapter 2: Practical Inter Partes Review (IPR) - 2016 and Beyond
Mark L. Lorbiecki


Chapter 3: Section 101 Patentable Subject Matter: a Myriad of Promethean Punishments at Alice's Restaurant
Jeffrey C. Pepe


Chapter 4: Trademark Case Law, the Year in Review
Russell C. Pangborn


Chapter 5: Copyright Case Law, the Year in Review
J. Michael Keyes


Chapter 6: Protecting Nontraditional Trademarks
Richard W. Hansen


Chapter 7: How Recent Cases Have & Pending Cases May Affect Patent Owners' Rights
Brian G. Bodine
Peter E. Heuser


Chapter 8: Patent Litigation: Pleading and Procedure in District Courts and the ITC
Daniel J. Shih
Genevieve Vose Wallace


Chapter 9: Common Mistakes, Lessons Learned
Michael E. McCabe, Jr.


Chapter 10: Keynote: New & Emerging Business Models For Patent Portfolio Monetization
Cory Van Arsdale




Coursebook contains 431 pages