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Intellectual Property Law 2011: Top Lawyers on Trends and Key Strategies for the Upcoming Year (Aspatore Thought Leadership)
Intellectual Property Law 2011 discusses the key upcoming trends in intellectual property law for 2011, highlighting the major milestones over the past year and providing overall thought leadership for the year ahead. Featuring partners from some of the nation's leading law firms, these experts discuss recent changes in laws, decisions, and policies that...
Intellectual Property Law 2011 discusses the key upcoming trends in intellectual property law for 2011, highlighting the major milestones over the past year and providing overall thought leadership for the year ahead. Featuring partners from some of the nation's leading law firms, these experts discuss recent changes in laws, decisions, and policies that have affected the practice of intellectual property law, as well as recent case decisions that will impact the future scope of this ever-changing area of law. These authors identify the major hurdles their clients will face in 2011 and the most significant changes they are looking to employ in their strategy over the upcoming year. Chapters Include: 1. Roberta Jacobs-Meadway, Equity Partner, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC - "Responding to Recent Developments in IP Litigation" 2. Nicholas P. Alexander, Partner, Morrison Mahoney LLP - "New Concerns and Considerations for IP Clients in the Age of Privacy Laws and Expanding Technology" 3. Chun M. Ng, Partner and National Practice Group Chair of Intellectual Property Practice, Perkins Coie LLP - "Company vs. Company Litigation and Other Key Trends in the IP Realm" 4. Michael Bednarek, Partner and Co-Chair of IP and Technology Litigation, Shearman & Sterling LLP - "Responding to Recent Trends in the IP Realm: New Considerations for IP Lawyers and Clients" 5. Elliott Jonathan Stein, Partner in the Corporate, Intellectual Property and Litigation Practice Groups, Stevens & Lee PC - "The Doctrine of Fair Use as a Defense in Commercial Copyright Infringement Cases" 6. Halina S. Dziewit, Partner, Patton Boggs LLP - "IP Under Government Contracts: A New Funding Territory and Some Observations" 7. Alison Arden Besunder, Partner, Law Offices of Alison Arden Besunder PC - "Key Concerns for IP Clients" Appendices Include: Appendix A: Patent Peace Agreement Appendix B: Bilski v. Kappos Appendix C: Patent Reform Summaries by the Congressional Research Service
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