Jan
17
2019
Webinar

 
HSE Institute


Campus Conversations: Legal Matters | Hot Topics in US Intellectual Property Law for Institutions of Higher Education

Location:
Webinar

Date:
January 17, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am EST


Harter Secrest & Emery LLP is pleased to present the next discussion in our webinar series on timely legal issues specific to higher education. On January 17, 2019, Anne Downey and Timothy Menasco, attorneys in our Intellectual Property Group, will discuss current trends and hot topics in intellectual property law, with an emphasis on practical takeaway lessons for colleges and universities.

Issues will include:

  • The copyright case before the US Supreme Court - Can you sue an infringer before you obtain a copyright registration?
  • Foreign trademark developments that may impact US colleges and universities
  • Internet issues including domain name piracy concerns and steps to minimize copyright liability
  • Patent law topics
  • 3D printing
  • E-sports IP issues
  • And more

Higher Education Partners Theresa Conroy and Julia Green will moderate the hour-long discussion, which begins at 10 AM EST.


Download Webinar: Hot Topics in US Intellectual Property Law for Institutions of Higher Education (MP4) - coming soon

Download Presentation: Hot Topics in US Intellectual Property Law for Institutions of Higher Education (PDF)


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