Saturday, August 18, 2018

62nd Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference at John Marshall

John Marshall Law School in Chicago will be hosting the 62nd Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference on Friday, November 2, 2018.  Details here.  Federal Circuit Judge Pauline Newman will be the featured speaker, and I will be on a panel discussing section 101 (patentable subject matter) issues.  An early-bird discount runs through August 31, and John Marshall is offering a 10% discount to the first 30 readers off of the regular registration fee with a discount code “comparativepatentremedies”.  From the conference website:
The John Marshall Law School is proud to present its 62nd Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference. This one-day conference covers developments in patent, trade secrets, antitrust, trademarks, copyrights, IP management and in-house counsel practice, entertainment, and information technology and privacy law.
Last year, we expanded the scope of our long-standing IP event, moving from principally single-speaker sessions to panels, with plenty of time for discussions and questions from the audience. As part of this new format, we expanded our faculty to include a greater mix of expert speakers and thought leaders from government, the judiciary, corporations, NGOs, academia and, of course, practitioners. This has allowed us to add participants from across the country, while still drawing extensively from our local talent.
John Marshall’s Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference has always been a way for the practicing bar, students, and academics to discuss and stay on top of this ever-changing field of law. A mainstay in IP CLE programming, the conference features judicial, administrative, practitioner, and academic presenters from around the country who share their insights into the most important IP developments and their future impact.
We look forward to you joining us.
For further details, contact Professor Daryl Lim at  I hope to see some of my readers there1 

1 comment:

  1. In today’s India various types of intellectuals have come up, who have distinct knowledge of every field. But is this so, can someone have knowledge of all spheres and aspects of life? Unbelievable isn’t it?