AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
Practical Tips on Trademark Litigation
April 6, 2001
in cooperation with
Following the IPL 16th Annual Spring CLE Program
About the Program
Intellectual property (IP) law is a complex practice area requiring a broad array of skills. The Practical Tips program is designed to enhance these skills and enable IP practitioners to handle the many tasks that routinely arise in this increasingly important area of practice. Unlike programs that deal principally with cutting-edge issues and recent court decisions, the Practical Tips program features top professionals from the IP field that provide practical advice on dealing with the "nuts and bolts" of every day IP practice. For the fifth year, the Practical Tips program is being sponsored by the Young Lawyers Committee of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law
This particular Practical Tips program focuses on trademark litigation. As a special benefit to those attending the program, a number of "model" documents typically used in trademark litigation will be made available for future reference and possible adaptation for later use. In addition, outlines of issues relating to trademark litigation and other documents will be made available. These documents have been prepared by some of the nation's leading trademark litigation attorneys and cover a wide variety of subjects.
CLE Credit: CLE accreditation has been requested for this program from every state with mandatory continuing education requirements for lawyers. Please be aware that each state has its own rules and regulations, including its definition of "CLE". Check with your state agency for confirmation of this program's approval. States with lawyer specialization programs have not been requested to certify this program. Certificates of attendance will be available in the registration kits onsite. Attendees requesting credit for the program must sign the attendance roster onsite at the program. For information on approved number of credit hours, contact the ABA Center for CLE at 312/988-6217.
For additional information on the program, contact ABA IPL Section offices at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 312/988-5598.