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Many of AIPLA's 50+ Committees regularly host webinars focused on the subject matter areas in which
they are experts.  Many of these webinars are a free, member-exclusive offering!




 

 

Ethics of Working with Low Income Clients, Doing Unbundled Legal Work and Pro Bono Right

 

No worthy invention should be left unexamined due to a lack of funds to afford a patent practitioner. Whether it be a

device to hang doors more efficiently, a machine to make homemade sushi rolls faster, or a compound with the

potential to treat neurodegenerative diseases, pro bono programs around the country offer inventors that exact

opportunity.

Our webinar will present a panel of speakers from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, The center for

Intellectual Property Research, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University Bloomington, and patent practitioners who 

will bring to discuss experiences related IP pro bono representation.

AIPLA Special Committee on Pro Bono webinar will also provide an ethics update, courtsey USPTO Office of Ethics

and Enrollment.

 


Speakers: Tim Rooney of Office of Enrollment and Discipline; Tara Ho of Office of Enrollment and Discipline; Casey Nemeck of Indiana University and Daniel Bruzzone of  Patterson Thuente IP

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 ​ ​Air Date - June 20, 2018​  ​   

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Updates on TC Heartland Venue Issues and Patent Exhaustion under LexMark​


A panel discussion addressing the changes brought about by this year’s Supreme Court opinions in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC and Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc. Speakers will analyze and discus the impact of these opinions on patent exhaustion doctrine and venue selection.


Speakers: Jeffrey Lewis of Norton Rose Fulbright; Brian Gray of Brian Gray Law

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 ​ ​Air Date - June 27, 2018​  ​   


 

 


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