15th Annual Virginia Information Technology Legal Institute 2014 Seminar Materials - SALE!

Publication Date: October 2014
Available Formats: Print or searchable PDF via download, USB Flash Drive, or CD-ROM
Pages: 466

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Topics Covered:

  • The Ethical Duty to Safeguard Electronic Client Information
  • The Ethics of Email and Social Media: A Top Ten List with Hypotheticals and Analyses
  • Technology Law Developments
  • Patent Trial and Appeal Board Update
  • Early Theme Development and Persuasive Communication in Intellectual Property Cases Early Theme Development and Persuasive Communication in Intellectual Property Cases
  • Tips from Trademark Litigator for Handling IP Matters to Best Position Your Client for Possible Litigation
  • Inter Partes Proceedings at the TTAB: Advanced Practice Tips
  • Trademark and Domain Name Developments
  • Copyright Law
  • Patent Developments for IT Practitioners

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

I. The Ethical Duty to Safeguard Electronic Client Information

Thomas Hibarger

II. The Ethics of Email and Social Media: A Top Ten List
Hypotheticals

Tom Spahn

The Ethics of Email and Social Media: A Top Ten List
Hypotheticals and Analyses

Tom Spahn

III. Technology Law Developments
Ken Frankel

Technology Law Developments - Presentation
Ken Frankel

IV. Patent Trial and Appeal Board Update
Hon. Scott Boalick

Early Theme Development and Persuasive Communication in
Intellectual Property Cases Early Theme Development and Persuasive
Communication in Intellectual Property Cases

Jerry Ivey

Inter Partes Proceedings at the TTAB: Advanced Practice Tips
Hon. Gerald Rogers

Tips from Trademark Litigator for Handling IP Matters to Best
Position Your Client for Possible Litigation

Mark Sommers

V. Trademark and Domain Name Developments
John Farmer

VI. Copyright Law
Tobey Marzouk

VII. Patent Developments for IT Practitioners
Brad Wright

Authors

Thomas Hibarger

Tom Spahn

Ken Frankel

Hon. Scott Boalick

Jerry Ivey

Hon. Gerald Rogers

Mark Sommers

John Farmer

Tobey Marzouk

Brad Wright

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