2020 Trade Secret Law Virtual Summit (TSS) - Full Package
August 12 to September 2, 2020
In light of the global health crisis and to prioritize the well being and safety of the IP community we have transformed the Trade Secret Law Summit experience.
For the first time in this event's history, we are switching to an immersive virtual experience. The 2020 Trade Secret Law Summit will be presented in four easy-to-schedule-around sessions that you can join from your computer or mobile device.
Join us every Wednesday afternoon starting August 12 and continuing through September 2, to get an edge over your competition as we explore topics related to trade secret law and earn plenty of CLE credit along the way.Add to:
AIPLA Q&A with Senator Chris Coons
August 4, 2020In this edition of AIPLA Direct Live, AIPLA President Barbara A. Fiacco asks the Honorable Chris Coons, United States Senator from Delaware, about the state of the intellectual property landscape.
FanDuel Loses Bid to Invalidate Part of Remote Gambling Patent
August 3, 2020The Federal Circuit on July 29, 2020, held that FanDuel, the US bookmaker and daily fantasy sports provider, failed to show that part of a competitor’s remote gambling patent was invalid as obvious.
Patent Office To Update Conduct Rules to Meet ABA Standard
July 31, 2020The US Patent and Trademark Office on July 30, 2020, issued a proposed rule to update its professional conduct rules to more closely align with American Bar Association guidelines.
Puerto Rican Tax Firm Loses Trade Secrets Case at First Cir.
July 30, 2020The First Circuit on July 22, 2020, held that a San Juan, Puerto Rico-based tax planning and consulting firm can’t hold a former employee liable for misappropriating trade secrets or breaching a nondisclosure agreement.
Australian Company Has Standing to Challenge ‘Naked’ Trademark, Says Fed. Cir.
July 29, 2020The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on July 27, 2020, held that Australian Therapeutic Supply Pty. Ltd. (ATS), an Australian condom maker, can challenge a trademark registration for the mark “Naked” despite the fact that ATS contracted away its proprietary rights in its unregistered marks.