Practising Law Institute - 14th Annual Institute on Intellectual Property Law

9/18/2008

New York, NY

Vivian L. Hanson

Vivian L. Hanson

Speaking Engagement

PLI’s 14th Annual Institute on Intellectual Property Law is a “must attend” program for IP lawyers. In this two-day program you will learn about many of the most important developments in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law. A highlight of the
program will be a panel of in-house IP counsel from prominent companies discussing the most troublesome problems confronting them today, and suggesting some best practices for dealing with these problems. Some other plenary sessions will treat copyright issues in
the entertainment industry, virtual worlds — the new IP domain, and ethics for the IP lawyer (one complete hour).

This year’s program will also feature four breakout sessions to deal separately with copyrights, licensing, patents and trademarks, each with three current topics in its respective area. Plenary sessions will include privacy and data protection, copyright issues in the entertainment industry, a trademark law update, IP issues in virtual worlds, changes in patent law wrought by recent Supreme Court decisions, a trade secret law update and a panel of speakers dealing with IP issues in a corporate setting. Among the breakout topics will be the use of e-discovery in patent litigation, the new TTAB rules, the copyright implications of social networks, and recent licensing decisions.

To register, visit www.pli.edu

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