The 16th Annual Technology & Law Seminar will be held on May 15, 2009. 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:
- Infringement by Web site: Keywords, Metadata, and "Look and Feel"
- What the Denial of the Rambus Certiorari Petition Means for Companies Participating in Standard-Setting Organizations
- IP and Technology Transactions and the Current Economic Environment
- IP Law in Japan, China, and Europe: Key Developments
- Protecting Your Software After In re Bilski
- Is the Sun Setting on E. D. Texas? Patent-Holding Companies Look to the ITC
- How Recent Patent Decisions by the Supreme Court and the CAFC Affect Your License Agreements
- Tales from the Front: Specific Tips on Dealing With Both the Other Side's Expert and Your Own
The seminar will be held live in Chicago, and videoconferenced to Kirkland's Los Angeles, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. offices.
For information on how to sign up, contact Jennifer Cordova at (312) 862-6286 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.