The 15th Annual Technology & Law Seminar will be held on May 16, 2008. The Technology & Law Seminar is an annual one-day seminar that explores current strategic legal issues relating to intellectual property and technology. It is designed for lawyers and executives responsible for exploiting or protecting their company's intellectual property and technology assets.
Topics for this year's seminar include: "Technology Promotions: How Cool Promotions Can Lead to Hot Water," "We Got Sued Where? How Patent Plaintiffs Use Jurisdiction to Their Advantage, and Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid," "The State of the IP Deal: Recent Developments Shaping the Negotiating Table," "Protecting Yourself from Willfulness: Practical Ways to Implement In re Seagate," "The PTO's New Rules Are Void: GlaxoSmithKline v. Dudas – Stories from the Front," "Open Source: The Litigation Begins - How to Assess the Risk and Protect the Company," "Standards for Patentability: Where Are the Courts Headed?" "Antitrust & Competition for Technology Companies: Distinctions and Differences Between U.S. and EU Enforcement."
The seminar will be held live in Chicago, and videoconferenced to Kirkland's Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. offices.
For information on how to sign up, contact Jennifer Cordova at (312) 616-6286 or via E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.