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Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Webinar

GMO-Related IP Challenges and Strategies
12:00 - 1:30 pm eastern

 
Course Description:
 
Please join us for a webinar on January 22, 2014:  “GMO-Related IP Challenges and Strategies.”  The speakers will discuss various issues relating to Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) including how to deal with challenges related to GMO technology and its perception by the public, as well as providing insight into how to protect intellectual property relating to GMOs. Portions of this program were presented by the Biotech Committee together with the Food and Drug Committee at the 2013 Annual AIPLA Meeting in Washington D.C. on Overcoming Barriers to New Technologies.  The speakers will include Professor Jay P. Kesan of the University of Illinois Law School, Dr. Humphrey Foote from A.J. Park, Dr. Thomas E. Nickson from Monsanto, and Christine Gould from Syngenta. 
 
Presented by:
 
          Dr. Humphrey Foote                      Christine Gould                            Prof. Jay Kesan                          
          AJ Park                                         Syngenta                                        College of Law, University of Illinois
         
         Dr. Thomas Nickson                       Debora Plehn-Dujowich (Moderator)    

         Monsanto                                        Drinker Biddle
 

  
 

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Single Site​
(Up to 10 registrants per site)*
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​CLE INFORMATION 

AIPLA has sought CLE accreditation* in the following states:

 
Alabama​ 1.5 Nevada 1.5
​Alaska 1.5
New Hampshire 1.5
​Arizona 1.5 New Jersey
​Arkansas 1.5 New Mexico 1.5
​California 1.5
New York 
(non-transitional)
1.5
​Colorado 2.0 North Carolina
​Delaware 1.5 North Dakota
​Florida 2.0
​​Oklahoma 2.0
​Georgia
Oregon
​Idaho Rhode Island
​Illinois 1.5 South Carolina

Iowa 1.5
Tennessee
1.5
​Kentucky 1.5 Texas 1.5
Louisiana
Utah (self-study)
Maine 1.5 Vermont 1.5
Minnesota
Virginia​ 1.5
​Mississippi ​​Washington 1.5
​Missouri 1.8
Wisconsin
Montana Wyoming 1.5
Nebraska 1.5
 
 
*CLE accreditations updated upon receipt. 
  

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