Exhibitor & Sponsorship Opportunities

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Highlight your brand at the premier intellectual property law events in the industry. Find out more about being an event sponsor. 

AIPLA offers a variety of advertising and sponsorship opportunities to showcase your organization's products and services, and help you reach a diverse audience of thought leaders and decision makers in the intellectual property community. We offer a variety of advertising and sponsorships options to suit your goals.

Consider advertising or becoming a sponsor for any (or all) of our three annual stated meetings (Mid-Winter Institute, Spring Meeting and Annual Meeting), or take advantage of other opportunities to reach our constituents through advertising in AIPLA's Quarterly Journal, eBulletin, Notes + News e-newsletter, and/or on our website.

 

 

 

 

Reach AIPLA’s members with these options:

Annual Stated Meetings

Market your organization's products and services during any, or all, of our three yearly meetings: The Mid-Winter Institute, Spring Meeting, and Annual Meeting. Options include advertising in the Convention Daily newspaper (distributed to all meeting attendees onsite), AIPLA's printed Program Preview (mailed to prospective attendees), or Final Program (distributed to all meeting attendees onsite). You may also increase your organization's visibility through any of our diverse sponsorship opportunities. AIPLA offers sponsorship levels compatible to nearly any budget.

Quarterly Journal
The AIPLA Quarterly Journal is one of our most highly valued resources for members, and is well-regarded throughout the intellectual property law community. The Quarterly Journal (QJ) is edited and managed by an Editorial Board of intellectual property experts and a staff of law students at The George Washington University Law School. The Quarterly Journal is scholarly publication focused on intellectual property research. Advertisers may place a full or half page ad in all four issues and save. Advertising in limited the back of this publication. No cover options, or ad placement that breaks up scholarly articles are available.
eBulletin
AIPLA's eBulletin is a comprehensive review of our three yearly meetings, that is sent electronically to our membership and is archived online after each meeting. AIPLA members utilize the eBulletin to stay "in the know" concerning news, events and activities they may have missed during our meetings. 
Website
Members rely on AIPLA's Website, www.aipla.org, stay current on upcoming Continuing Legal Education sessions; search for jobs in the Online Career Center; and follow legislative and regulatory updates. A variety of banner advertising opportunities are available.
Notes + News
Notes + News is AIPLA’s bi-weekly e-newsletter that is sent to all AIPLA members. Distributed every other Tuesday, it includes recent IP news, upcoming educational programs, member benefits, updates on AIPLA’s advocacy efforts, and highlights the work of our Committees.
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Upcoming Events

Location

Virtual

On-Demand

Credits

Virtual Attendees can receive 1,140 CLE minutes, including 90 minutes of Ethics for the on-demand sessions.

Registration

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

Register Now

AIPLA's 2021 Annual Meeting is now available on-demand. 

Topics include:

  • Patent Prosecution - Patenting Computer-Implemented Inventions and AI and Issues Facing Innovators in Life Sciences
  • Copyright - A Deep Dive into the DMCA
  • Trademark - Managing Your Brand in Times of Social Change and the Interplay of Failure to Function as a Mark and Aesthetic Functionality
  • Analyzing the Oracle v. Google Decision
  • Patents & Diversity: Expanding Economic Opportunity Through Innovation
  • An Update on the PTAB
  • Patent Exhaustion and It's Impact on Claims Strategy
  • IP Litigation including IP Injunctions and Appellate Mishaps
  • Corporate Practice - Drafting Agreements and Licenses and also Cultural Competence and Mental Health, Ethics, and Being a Leader Through a Crisis.
  • Ethics in Trade Secret Cases
  • Antitrust Issues in IP Scenarios

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Virtual Attendees can receive 1,140 CLE minutes, including 90 minutes of Ethics for the on-demand sessions.  To receive credit, attendees must complete a Session Evaluation Survey for each session.  Session Evaluation Surveys can be found under the Resources section of each session page.  Surveys must be completed within 3 days of watching an event.

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Schedule

Thursday, October 28

9 - 10 am - Opening Plenary
10:15 am - Noon - Concurrent Tracks
2:15 - 3:45 pm - Concurrent Tracks

Friday, October 29

9 - 10 am - Concurrent Tracks
10:15 am - Noon - Concurrent Tracks
2:15 - 3:45 pm - Concurrent Tracks

Saturday, October 30

9 am - Noon - Closing Plenary: Year in Review

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