Topics (more to come)
- Drafting Specs to cover §§ 101, 102, and 103
- Drafting Patent Apps for Multiple Jurisdictions
- Strategies and Tips for Complying with the Latest Cybersecurity and Privacy Laws
- Tools to Meet Data Ownership and Breach Notification Responses
Trademark & Copyright
- Remedies for Infringement: Monetary Relief and Preliminary Injunctions
- Best Practices at Trial
- Protecting Trade Secrets in Co-Working Spaces like WeWork
- Litigating Damages: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know
Our speakers are proven IP leaders, strategists, practitioners and peers. Many of them are judges; others are well-respected industry leaders who know what you need to know. Our selection process for speakers is as rigorous as you'll find anywhere, and we make sure that you're hearing from the best. Your attendance earns you credits toward your mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE).
We know you've heard it all before, but networking is a huge part of your professional success. When you meet with your peers, you have an opportunity to collaborate, hear new ideas, and validate or change your perspectives. You may hear what others are doing and be inspired to implement something similar - or you could even hear another idea and realize you're already on the right track! You can find a mentor or become one, and even make connections to help you further your own career.
No matter how long you've been practicing or what position you hold at your firm, chances are there is still something you need to learn. Trends, new strategies, and innovations in IP law happen all the time; to stay up-to-date you need an educational opportunity that provides you with the full range of knowledge.
Our exhibitors are industry experts and solution-providers who truly what is happening in the world of intellectual property and business - and they have answers to your questions. Invest time in the exposition hall - our vendors are some of the best people for you to get to know if you want to learn more about what's happening in the industry now - and what's going to happen in the future. Your boss will thank you for discovering the innovative products and services necessary to stay competitive in today’s world.
Who Should Attend?
IP Practitioners Who Want to Evolve
Whether you’re in private practice, in-house, in academia, or government, there is no better place for IP practitioners to explore and experience cutting-edge topics in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets law.
Take advantage of our networking too. While the digital influence on our lives grows stronger by the minute, the need to connect with people face to face and establish meaningful, actionable connections is just as strong. At the AIPLA Spring Meeting we make establishing those connections as easy for you as possible.
Academia may have a rigid image, but our goal is to provide all our attendees with practical learning opportunities and new network connections. This includes you, students!
The AIPLA Spring Meeting is a unique opportunity to meet inspirational young IP practitioners and knowledgeable senior partners of the IP community - talk to them, learn about their failures and successes. Join us to learn something new, to get inspired and help better shape your future educational and business paths!
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Strengthen your company’s image via a sponsorship during the AIPLA 2019 Spring Meeting, May 15 – 17, in Philadelphia, PA. The Spring Meeting attracts over 600 attendees looking for the latest information on intellectual property.
In addition to exhibiting, AIPLA offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to market your company to attendees. Sponsorship opportunities are available for every budget and can be customized to fit your needs.