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Trademark Filings for the Non-IP Practitioners: The Essentials You Need to Know

Program Number: 2983 Presenter: Olivera Medenica, Esq.

This program will examine the process of filing a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The presentation will examine the client intake process to determine whether the mark can be protected in the first place. Attendees will be taken through the basics of a trademark filing. The purpose of the presentation is to enable non-IP practitioners to advise their clients as to whether they should pursue an application or rather go back to the drawing board and come up with a new mark.

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Secret Prior Art to AIA Patents After Helsinn v. Teva

Program Number: 2972 Presenter: Keith Barkaus, Esq., Christopher Lisiewski, Esq., Charles R. Macedo, Esq.

In 2011, Congress totally rewrote the Patent Act's definition of prior art. By replacing the traditional "first-to-invent" system with a "first-inventor-to-file" system, the concept of what was considered prior art was substantially changed. In doing so, Congress kept some familiar concepts like "on-sale" in the Act, but included a catchall qualifier of "otherwise available to the public". Conventional wisdom was that "on-sale" prior art would not include non-public information. This past term, a unanimous Supreme Court in Helsinn Healthcare SA v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., found otherwise, and affirmed a holding by the Federal Circuit that a confidential sale of an invention ready for patenting was still prior art -- even if it was not "otherwise available to the public". ** In this webinar, our speaker will: Describe the background and holding in Helsinn - Discuss the current state of the law on when a sale becomes prior art - Discuss the

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Blockchain 201: Technical Concepts, Legal and Business Issues, Emerging Use Cases

Program Number: 2917 Presenter: Brian P. Bartish,Esq., Jonathan D. Blattmachr, Esq., Robert A. Musiala, Jr., Esq, Simone O. Otenaike, Esq., Jaime B. Petenko, Esq.

By now most professionals have heard about blockchain, but many still have questions about what makes this technology unique and how it will affect the business landscape. This presentation will seek to address these questions by providing an in-depth look at the key technical concepts behind blockchain and a framework for distinguishing between Bitcoin and enterprise grade blockchains. From there we will provide an overview of the critical legal, accounting and cybersecurity issues related to the emerging blockchain market. The presentation will close by highlighting some of the emerging use cases for blockchain, including tracking the food supply chain, self-sovereign identity, smart contracts and more.

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Patent Damages and Valuation: What Businesses Need to Know

Program Number: 2881 Presenter: Manny J. Caixeiro, Esq., Timothy Carroll, Esq.

It is increasingly necessary for businesses to understand the value of patents, including those in their own portfolios and those being asserted against them. This program is designed to teach business decision makers the fundamental principles they need to know about patent damages and valuation. The program will cover how those principles can factor into a wide variety of business decisions, such as corporate acquisitions and mergers, IP licensing and acquisitions, legal budgeting, and navigation of litigation inflection points. Moreover, the program will discuss the importance of developing and executing a strong damages-related strategy in any patent dispute.

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Training Your Organization for the Future of IP in AI

Program Number: 2869 Presenter: Drew J. Schulte, Esq

This program will discuss strategies for properly drafting patent applications geared towards artificial intelligence. In particular, the podcast will discuss strategies for how to train inventors to adequately describe their inventions, and how to properly draft applications in order to maximize coverage and avoid patentability hurdles.

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Identifying Authors and Inventors of Artificial Intelligence Created Innovations

Program Number: 2853 Presenter: Charles R. Macedo, Partner

With neural networks and machine learning, computers using artificial intelligence to create works of art, music, and intelligent (and often innovative) software that was previously been created by humans. With such automation, questions about the traditional notions of who is an “Author” for Copyright law and an “Inventor” for Patent law are starting to be raised. Please join this thought-provoking webinar discussing: • Naurto--The Monkey Selfie Problem and its implication on computer created works and inventions • Scope of IP Protection in the U.S. for non-human "Authors" and "Inventors" • International Perspective • Application of Principles for AI • Drafting Tips

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Online Counterfeit Products: How to Protect Your Brand!

Program Number: 2838 Presenter: Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq.

Just as commerce has migrated from brick and mortar stores to the internet, so too have the activities of counterfeiters. Anthony Lo Cicero of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein, LLP discusses the latest trends in counterfeiting and the most effective steps that brand owners are taking to combat them.

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Intellectual Property Review 2017-18: Key Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions

Program Number: 2826IP Presenter: Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq.

In the Supreme Court’s 2017-2018 term, the intellectual property docket provided important precedent in areas as diverse as the constitutionality of post grant review proceedings (Oil States), the appropriate venue for patent infringement litigation (TC Heartland), and the exhaustion of patent rights (Impression Products). During this time, the Federal Circuit issued key decisions in Brunetti (registration of immoral or scandalous marks), Aqua Products (claim amendments in PRs) and Cray (venue). Join Anthony Lo Cicero of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein as he discusses the impacts of these cases.

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The Defend Trade Secrets Act at Two

Program Number: 2822IP Presenter: Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq.

On May 11, 2016, Congress enacted the first federal, private, civil cause of action for trade-secret misappropriation. Anthony Lo Cicero of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP discusses the aftermath of this groundbreaking statute, how courts have interpreted it and what we can expect in the future.

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Supreme Court Review: IP Cases for the October 2016 through June 2017 Term

Program Number: 2712IP Presenter: Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq.

During the 2016-2017 term, the Supreme Court is expected to issue decisions in SCA Hygiene v. First Quality, dealing with laches in patent cases; Lexmark International v. Impression Products, dealing with patent exhaustion; TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods, on the all-important patent venue issue; and Lee v. Tam, considering the ban on registration of offensive trademarks. Join Anthony Lo Cicero of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP for a discussion of these important cases and their likely ramifications.

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