The Ever-Changing State of Intellectual Property Law (March 2017) [C17602]

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Seminar Date: March 10, 2017
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This seminar took place on March 10, 2017 in Seattle, WA.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY | BUSINESS LAW | PATENT/TRADEMARK/COPYRIGHT


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Intellectual property law continues to evolve and shift. Last year saw many substantial changes, from the enactment of a Federal trade secrets act; to U.S. Supreme Court and other appellate decisions that made large impacts on copyright, trademark, and patent law; to a significant shift in the success rate of post-grant patent challenges at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The materials from the WSBA IP Section’s 22nd Annual Intellectual Property Institute will cover these and other important developments, with knowledge from regionally and nationally prominent intellectual property practitioners including:

  • The latest developments in patent law and post-grant practice at the USPTO
  • The latest developments in copyright and trademark law
  • An in-depth update on post-grant practice at the USPTO
  • An in-depth overview of the recently enacted Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act
  • An in-depth overview of the data privacy & cybersecurity laws and why they matter to the IP Practitioner
  • Ethics pointers from nationally recognized IP Ethics practitioners


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Patent Law Year In Review
Theodore Angelis


Chapter 2: Patent Litigation Strategies in Light of Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Int'l
Jerry A. Riedinger


Chapter 3: The Evolution of PTAB Trial Practice - Just Because You Can, Doesn't Mean You Should!
Scott Mckeown


Chapter 4: Copyright Year in Review: 2016 Cases (Plus a Few Other Items of Note)
Mark Wittow


Chapter 5: Trademark Law - Year in Review
Patchen Haggerty


Chapter 6: Recent Developments in Generic Top Level Domain Names
William C. Rava


Chapter 7: Keynote Presentation
Judge Benjamin Settle
*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.


Chapter 8: Data Privacy & Cybersecurity: Why It Matters to the IP Practitioner
Aravind Swaminathan


Chapter 9: DTSA - A Review of the Defend Trade Secrets Act and its Application in the First Year Since Enactment
Nagendra Setty


Chapter 10: Recent Developments in Cannabis Law and Intellectual Property
Alison Malsbury


Chapter 11: Surviving The Perfect Protostorm: An Anthology of Recent IP Malpractice Decisions
Michael E. McCabe, Jr.


Chapter 12: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 408 pages