2022 Mid-Winter Institute On-Demand

February 2 to 4, 2022

Location

Online

Credits

915 on-demand CLE minutes, including 60 minutes of Ethics

Registration

Fee: Members: $395; Non Members: $795

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The 2022 Mid-Winter Institute is now available as an on-demand program!

Join us from the comfort of your office or home as you take a deep dive into some of the most important frontiers in IP and Technologies which are more and more focused on systems integration and redefining boundaries.  On-demand tracks include discussions on Climate Change, Therapeutics, Cybersecurity, Non-Fungible Tokens, and how you can be ready for what’s next.

CLE programs include:

DEEP DIVE: Section 112 - How the Widgets Hit the Fans
DEEP DIVE: Cybersecurity -  Be Afraid and Be Prepared: How Cybersecurity Works and How "They" Are Out to Get You.
DEEP Dive: Therapeutics - Harnessing the Power of Science, What's Next for Biopharma as it Searches For the Next Breakthrough Therapeutic
DEEP Dive: UPC - Everything You Need to Know About the Unified Patent Court in Europe
DEEP DIVE: Open Radio Access Networks - How Open RAN Will Drive Innovation and Change the Intellectual Property Landscape for 5G and Beyond

DEEP DIVE: Climate Change:  Diverse Perspectives on the Intersection of Climate Change and IP
DEEP DIVE: Digital Tokens - Tokenizing Creativity: Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and Intellectual Property
Mid-Year Updates and the Best Practices & Latest Issues Related to Legal Ethics in IP

Plus, enjoy access to these non-CLE programs:

An Update on the Unified Patent Court in Europe
Powering DEI Through Intentionality
A Conversation With the Honorable Mark Scarsi, US District Court Judge for the Central District of California
Titans of the Bar

Each session from the live meeting, held Feb. 2-4 was professionally recorded and is available through our easy-to-use event platform.  Your on-demand purchase provides access to the platform and all materials for 3 months.

On-demand CLE is available for most sessions.

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  • USPTO Main Entrance AIPLA Files Brief In Support of Neither Party Regarding Order Setting Schedule for Director Review

    August 5, 2022

    On August 4, AIPLA filed an amicus brief in the two PTAB cases of OpenSky Industries, LLC, Patent Quality Assurance, LLC, and Intel Corporation v. VLSI Technology LLC, which USPTO Director Vidal has taken up to address what actions the USPTO Director should take when faced with assertions of an abuse of process or conduct that otherwise thwarts, as opposed to advances, the goals of the Office and/or the AIA. AIPLA’s brief argues that the review procedures implemented in these proceedings are adequate to address the rare instances of alleged abuse of process or alleged conduct contrary to the goals of the Office and/or the AIA.
  • Advocacy Banner AIPLA Comments to ACUS on Patent Small Claims Court

    July 13, 2022

    On July 5, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) submitted comments as proposed by the Administrative Office of the US Courts on a potential small claims patent court or small claims patent proceeding and its impacts. AIPLA addressed nine proposed questions and will continue to study these issues.
  • USPTO Main Entrance AIPLA Comments on the USPTO in Response to the Interim Process for Director Review

    July 13, 2022

    On July 11, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) offered its initial views to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) in response to the Interim Process for PTAB Director Review. AIPLA appreciates the USPTO’s focus on improving fairness to all parties and achieving greater consistency and predictability in these proceedings.
  • JOINT STATEMENT ON THE WTO's DECISION

    June 23, 2022

    On June 23, AIPLA, along with the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), Licensing Executives Society USA & Canada, and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA) issued a joint statement on the tentative the World Trade Organization's (WTO) decision regarding the proposed TRIPs waiver compromise.
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    June 20, 2022

    AIPLA files a brief in Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts v. Goldsmith, a case that addresses the role of transformativeness in the copyright fair use analysis.