American Bar Association
Intellectual Property Committee

ABA Section of Business Law

Intellectual Property Committee

Mission Statement

The mission of the Intellectual Property Committee is to be a resource to business lawyers who, as members of corporate law departments and private law firms, encounter intellectual property issues in the course of representing their clients in connection with business transactions and litigation matters. The Committee will identify the areas of interest of Section members concerning intellectual property and will develop educational programs and materials aimed at the understanding and resolution of legal and business issues relating to intellectual property.

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Chair:  Peter V Snell

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2013 Annual Meeting
2013 Spring Meeting
2012 Annual Meeting
2012 Spring Meeting
2011 ABA Annual Meeting - The Top 10 Differences Between Canadian and U.S. IP
2011 ABA Annual Meeting - Dancing with the Dragon: Intellectual Property and Licensing Strategies for North American Companies Doing Business with China

Modified by Graham Hunt on February 19, 2014

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