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Protecting Intellectual Property: What Corporate Counsel and the General Practitioner Need to Know in an Uncertain Economy

New York County Lawyers' Association (NYCLA)

May 8, 2009

May 8, 2009
New York, NY

Attorney Glenn M. Cunningham will serve as a speaker at this event.

Course Description:
In an uncertain economy, corporations must look for other ways to increase revenue while minimizing expenditure. Capitalizing on intellectual property assets through licensing, cross licensing, and self-policing of use are pro-active means of using previously developed property.

The program, intended for general counsel, the general practitioner and experienced intellectual property counsel, will also discuss what to do and options to explore when trouble arises; criminal enforcement of anti-counterfeit statutes; international enforcement of intellectual property treaties. Because not every infringement is a criminally actionable offense, a major portion of the course will be devoted to mitigating costs through arbitration and mediation in lieu of litigation.

Credits: 7 MCLE Credits
7 MCLE Credits: 2 Ethics, 3 Skills, 2 Professional Practice; Transitional and Non-transitional

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