Hope there’s still time to change your summer plans to fit in another IP seminar presentation — my last, I think, for a while. I’m PowerPointed out. Here’s the blurb:
The American Conference Institute seminar, at the Princeton Club in New York, is called Copyright / Trademark Protection & Litigation: Legal Trends and Developments — Maximizing Use While Minimizing Risk; Litigation Strategies From Claim Analysis Through Trial. In other words, if one person registers for each word in the title, someone will make some money here.
I will be part of a panel entitled, “Analyzing Your Options Against an Infringer: What to Do, Where to Do It and When?” along with Robert Hanlon from Alston & Bird and Michelena Hallie, VP for intellectual property at Viacom.
Originally posted 2005-05-09 13:04:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter