This one day seminar is designed for patent attorneys and patent agents actively practicing in the chemical and related arts, and will be presented from both prosecution and litigation perspectives. Attendees will be armed with strategies and best practices in order to maximize the scope of patent protection while minimizing challenges to the validity and enforceability of the patents. The program will also offer information that will assist in client counseling and making strategic portfolio and business decisions. Further, the seminar will also encompass strategies for dealing with the changes in patent law under the America Invents Act.
The 2017 Chemical Practice Road Show has a total of 450 CLE minutes, which includes 60 minutes of Ethics CLE; Ethics CLE credit session listed below:
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Ethical Issues for IP Attorneys: Year in Review
Credit amounts will vary by state, based upon each states’ regulations and credit calculation.
The 2017 Chemical Practice Road Show has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 7.5 credits, including 1.0 hour of Ethics CLE credit. The above amount is the calculation for 60-minute credit hour states. The maximum credit hour calculation for 50-minute hour states is 9.0 credit hours, including 1.2 hours of Ethics CLE credit.
AIPLA is an approved provider by most states requiring CLE and has applied for credit for this meeting to all states with CLE mandates. Complete CLE information will be available onsite at the registration desk.
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