Best Practices for Corporate IP Lawyers
May 8, 2020 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
60 Minutes of MCLE
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Moderator: Laurie Young, Katun Corporation, Bloomington, MN
TopicsAre you Ready for War? Bulletproofing your corporate policies for IP discovery and trials (both from plaintiff and defendant perspectives; include trade secret theft proof).
Terry Clark, Bass, Berry & Sims PLC, Washington, DC
Getting the Feds Involved: Identifying and working with agencies and staff standing ready to help protect IP
Alex Bamiagis, Attorney Advisor, Office of International Trade, US Customs and Border Protection, Washington, DC
United States Customs and Border Protection | Attorney-AdvisorAlex Bamiagis, Esq. has been an Attorney-Advisor with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) since 2008.
Bass Berry & Sims, PLC | MemberFor almost 30 years, Terry Clark has counseled technology companies on intellectual property related matters including patent portfolio development, strategic planning and IP protection through litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner | IP AttorneyLaurie Young is an intellectual property attorney with Schwegman, Lundberg and Woessner. Before joining SLW, she was Senior Intellectual Property Counsel Katun Corporation. While at Katun she managed all intellectual property matters, both domestic and foreign. This included managing patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters and any business matters which may relate to intellectual property. Laurie was also Data Privacy Officer for Katun Corporation. When Laurie is not handing intellectual property matters, she loves to bake cookies (even placing at the Minnesota State Fair three times for her cookie entries).