2023 AM IP Practice in Japan Pre-Meeting - National Harbor, MD

October 17 to 18, 2023

Location

201 Waterfront Street

National Harbor, MD, USA

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Fee: $295

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IP Practice in Japan Committee Pre-Meeting and Dinner

(This Pre-Meeting is Currently SOLD OUT!)

The Pre-Meeting is open to all and is a great event for networking with colleagues from Japan. There is an additional cost to attend the Reception and Dinner for IP Practice in Japan Committee Tentative: Fogo de Chao Restaurant, at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, October 17.  

Day 1 - Registration and breakfast begin at 8:00 am.  Sessions run from 9 am - 12 noon and 1 - 5 pm, with a luncheon from 12 noon - 1 pm.

Day 2 - Registration and breakfast begin at 8:00 am.  Sessions run from 9 am - 12 noon.

Presentations will be provided by the speakers from AIPLA, the Japan Patent Attorney Association (JPAA), and possibly from the International Association for the Protection of the Intellectual Property in Japan (AIPPI-J), Japan Trademark Association (JTA) and Japan Patent Office (JPO) on a range of topics such as:

1. US: Subject Matter Eligibility - Recent Updates
2. US: PTAB - Developments and Strategies
3. US: SCOTUS Review - Recent Cases and What is Coming Up
4. US: Recent Developments on Trademark Law and Practice
5. Japan: Recent IP High Court Decisions
6. Japan: Post-Grant Opposition Updates
7. Japan: Update on Examination Standards
8. Japan: Recent Developments on Trademark Law and Practice

*Note: Topics are subject to change.

IP Practice in Japan Committee Leadership and Program Coordinators:  Co-Chair Don Studebaker and Kevin Kunzendorf

Program Registration: $295

Dinner Registration: $195

Note: Pre-Meeting Attendees are expected to also register for the 2023 Annual Meeting.

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