2016 INSTITUTE HIGHLIGHTS:
TOP 10 REASONS to Attend the 2016 Intellectual Property & Technology Institute
10. Anyone who's anyone will be there! And if you're not there, anyone who's anyone will know
9. Patents ... Trademarks ...Copyrights ... Licensing ...Technology & Transactions!
8. Learn best practices and practical tips that you can apply immediately
7. Special panels of USPTO patent judges and SPEs discussing developments at the USPTO
6. Over 40 sessions presented by an all-star faculty of leading IP practitioners
5. Grow your professional contacts through networking opportunities with IP attorneys from ... well ... from all over!
4. Receive the digital course materials AND the MP3 audio download for the ENTIRE Institute!
3. Some of the best from across the nation come together to share their knowledge & insights with you!
2. Annual case law updates of all branches of IP law
1. This Institute has quickly become "the place to be for the best IP" in the western United States!
So ... what are you waiting for? Register now!
|• Plenary session on "IoT: The Internet of Things – and the Intelligence of Things," by leading national technologist Kenji Takeuchi
• 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 Gerard Rogers on 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 the TTAB’s 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 protecting your client’s trade secrets!
• Doing business in China and India – 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, Technology, and Intellectual Property
|Course tuition includes course materials, admission to the entire Institute,
admission to both lunches, and both receptions.
| REGISTRATION CATEGORIES
||Materials via Digital Download
- CBA Member
| - CBA
Intellectual Property Section Member
- Copyright Society of the USA Member
- ABA Intellectual Property Section Member
| - New
Lawyer Edge Member
| - CLE Elite Pass:
The IP&TI is proud to recognize Invent Now. Invent Now is a not-for-profit organization which operates the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Collegiate Inventors Competition, and national education programs Camp Invention, Invention Project, and Club Invention (grades 1 -6). The mission of Invent Now is to be a catalyst for change through recognizing inventors and invention, promoting creativity, and advancing the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. Invent Now was founded in 1973 as the National Inventors Hall of Fame, now a supporting organization, with the mission of recognizing and honoring the great inventors of our time. A supporting organization of Invent Now, Inc., the National Inventors Hall of Fame honors individuals in recognition of their patented inventions that have created entire industries and driven this nation’s economic progress. Invent Now's
goal is to highlight our nation’s most prominent inventors and educate young people about inventing and intellectual
property. Invent Now does some really great work, especially with Denver Public Schools, where they run at least 3
camps for underprivileged and underserved children, and they run approximately thirty camps in Colorado each summer.
Their target audience includes parents who understand the need for extra STEM education. Please stop by the
registration desk for more information about Invent Now.