Current Topic: "Copyright Infringement in the Cloud: Examining the Challenges of the 'Digital Storage Locker'"
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The chairs of the Intellectual Property Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation invite you to participate in one of the Committee’s most popular programs—the Roundtables. These gatherings are informal opportunities for participants to meet in small groups at convenient locations to discuss current issues in intellectual property litigation.
If you would like to host a Roundtable in your city, or if you would like to propose a topic or prepare an outline for a Roundtable, please contact one of the Subcommittee chairs:
Briggs and Morgan P.A.
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Farella Braun + Martel LLP
San Francisco, CA
Outlines are available in PDF format. ()
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- » The Uncertain Scope of the Public Performance Right After American Broadcasting Companies v. Aereo, Inc.
- » Section 285 Exceptional Cases: Will the High Court Change the Standard? and Obviousness: An Assessment of the Role of Objective Factors of Non-Obviousness
- » What Happened During the Summer of 2013? Hot Topics in IP Law
- » Addressing Willful Patent Infringement in a Post-CR Bard World
- » To Seed or Not to Seed —A Primer on Patent Exhaustion and Implied Licenses
- » The Red Sole: The Recognition of Non-Conventional Trademarks
- » Is Copyright Infringement a Necessary
Step for Patent Prosecution?
- » Did Rosetta Stone v. Google Change the Landscape on Trademark Infringement in Advertising?
- » Relevance of Reasonable Royalties to Copyright Infringement Remedies
- » Gene Patenting in the U.S. After Myriad
- » Strategic Implications of the Patent Reform Act of 2011
- » What's Hot in IP Law? Top Developments During the Roundtables' Summer Vacation
- » The Implications of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act on Social Media Sites
- » Use of Competitor's Trademark in Keyword Advertising: Infringement or Not?
- » The Intersection of International Trade and Exhaustion of IP Rights: Can Gray Market Goods Still be Imported?
- » Implications of Recent Court Decisions on the Application of the "Entire Market Value Rule" to Patent Damages Analysis1
- » An Update of Recent Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions on Patent Law or What I Did on My Summer Vacation
- » Beware The New Patent Trolls: Strategies For Handling and Avoiding False Patent Marking Claims after Forest Group v. Bon Tool
- » Hot Topics in the Parallel Universe of Patent Reexamination and Patent Litigation
- » Are Genes Patentable?
- » Resetting the Judicial Doctrine of Inequitable Conduct
- » A Summary of the Summer’s Sizzling Patent Happenings
- » The KSR Standard for Obviousness: A Pendulum Shift to 20/20 Hindsight?
- » Patent Holdup, Patent Remedies, and Antitrust Responses – The Role of Patent Remedies and Antitrust Law in Dealing with "Patent Holdups"
- » Not Just for Hackers Anymore? Use of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to Respond to Theft of Information
- » Copyright Protection in the Digital Age: Google Book Settlement and Beyond
- » A Discussion and Analysis of Four Hot IP Cases
- » Trademark Rights Vs. The Internet – Who is Winning the Battle?
- » The Attorney-Client Privilege – Navigating Recent Decisions and How They Affect Your Technology Company
- » TTAB Updates – Getting on Board with the Board’s New Rule Changes
- » Preemption – The Intersection of Right and Public Copyright
- » Willfulness, Preliminary
Injunctions, Scope of Waiver, and the Role of Opinions Post-Seagate?
- » Who
Is Liable for Speech in Cyberspace
- » Opinions
of Counsel and the Scope of Waiver – Examining EchoStar and Seagate
- » Indirect
Infringement – Dealing with Vicarious Liability
- » The
Pros and Cons of Patent Litigation before the International Trade Commission
- » Upcoming
Supreme Court Cases: Examining the Obviousness Test in KSR v. Teleflex and DJ
Jurisdiction in Medimmune v. Genentech
- » The
Satire/Parody Distinction in Copyright and Trademark Law
- » Litigating
- » Employee
- » The
- » Summer's
Big Three: Phillips, Merck and Grokster
- » Litigating
IP and IT Contracts and Drafting Tips for Avoiding Litigation