Now in its 26th year, the Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law provides a gathering of the foremost authorities on the state of intellectual property law, including judges, government officials, in-house counsel, academics, and private practitioners.
Pick up an entire year’s worth of CLE credits during the 2 ½ days of quality IP programming on the issues critical to your practice. Some program highlights include:
• Reform Inside & Outside the USPTO
• The DMCA – Is it Broken?
• Tips from TTAB
• ACTA: What Will it Mean for the IP Practitioner?
• International IP Law and Practice
• Biosimilars and its Effects on Patent Litigation
• Trademark Prosecution Best Practices
• Open Source Licensing: A Review of Significant Decisions
• Willfulness and the Adverse Inference Post-Seagate
• Contested Patent Office Proceedings
• Likelihood of Dilution
• Therasense, Inc. v. Becton, Dickinson & Co.
• The New gTLDs
• Trends in Patenting Nanotechnology & Green Technology
The conference will take place in Arlington, Virginia on April 6-9, 2011. More details and registration are available here.