January 11, 2007

This Friday the AIPLA will present its “Patent, Trademarks and Copyright: Hot Topics in 2006” seminar from 12:30 – 2:30 Eastern time. This seminar, according to the description, will involve “three experienced practitioners reviewing interesting case law and other developments in the past year in the fields of Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law.” Most states approved for CLE credit are offering 2.0 hours to attendees of the full seminar. The fee for the seminar for a single site is $135 ($160 if not an AIPLA member), and $285 for 2-10 attendees at a single site ($310 for non-members).

As a side note, the Intellectual Property Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association (IBA) will be hosting a “2006 IP Year in Review” seminar on March 6, 2007, from noon to 1:30PM. This seminar (not yet formally announced) will discuss a number of the patent, trademark, and copyright decisions from 2006 that every intellectual property practitioner should know. If you are interested in this seminar, check out the IBA’s website (link below) in a couple of weeks for more information. I am the chair for this particular seminar, and if you are in the Indianapolis area, I look forward to meeting you in person at the seminar.

AIPLA “Hot Topics in 2006” Seminar Webpage: LINK
AIPLA Seminar Registration Webpage: LINK
Indianapolis Bar Association Website: LINK


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