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Advanced Trademark Law Annual Review 2014

Released on: Apr. 18, 2014
Running Time: 06:25:28

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:00:17] Overview of 2013-2014 Federal Court, TTAB and UDRP Decisions Joseph N. Welch, II ~ Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson LLP
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[01:06:36] Trademark Infringement in Social Media: Notice & Take-Down Procedures and Other Tools for Removing Infringing User-Generated Content Lori L Wiese-Parks ~ Gray Plant Mooty
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[01:00:50] Trademarks in Film, Television, Webcasts, Video Games and Songs Mark V. B. Partridge ~ Partridge IP Law P.C.
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[01:16:35] Advanced Trademark Prosecution: Making Prosecution Decisions with an Eye Toward Potential Litigation; Strategies for Searching and Clearing Traditional and Non-Traditional Marks Lynn S. Fruchter ~ Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Philip G Hampton ~ Haynes and Boone, LLP
Richard S Mandel ~ Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
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[00:57:38] Designing and Conducting Effective Consumer Trademark Surveys Jerre B Swann ~ Senior Counsel, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
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[00:59:19] Ethics for Trademark Attorneys Practicing before the USPTO Stephanie H Bald ~ Kelly IP, LLP
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Up-to-date knowledge of current trends and case law involving trademarks is essential for corporate and law firm attorneys who specialize in, or often find themselves involved in, this critical area of intellectual property. The 2014 Advanced Trademark Law Annual Review brings together an outstanding faculty of practitioners and industry experts who will provide up-to-date developments in trademark law and practice. This seminar is also noted for presenting topics emphasizing practical skills.

Lecture Topics  [Total time 06:25:28]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Introduction* [00:04:13]
    Sheldon H. Klein, Kieran G. Doyle, Lynn S. Fruchter
  • Overview of 2013-2014 Federal Court, TTAB and UDRP Decisions [01:00:17]
    Joseph N. Welch, II
  • Trademark Infringement in Social Media: Notice & Take-Down Procedures and Other Tools for Removing Infringing User-Generated Content [01:06:36]
    Lori L. Wiese-Parks
  • Trademarks in Film, Television, Webcasts, Video Games and Songs [01:00:50]
    Mark V. B. Partridge
  • Advanced Trademark Prosecution: Making Prosecution Decisions with an Eye Toward Potential Litigation; Strategies for Searching and Clearing Traditional and Non-Traditional Marks [01:16:35]
    Philip G. Hampton II, Richard S. Mandel, Lynn S. Fruchter
  • Designing and Conducting Effective Consumer Trademark Surveys [00:57:38]
    Jerre B. Swann
  • Ethics for Trademark Attorneys Practicing before the USPTO [00:59:19]
    Stephanie H. Bald

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Attack of the Former Football Players and Other Legal Tales from the Past Year: Trademark and Unfair Competition Cases from 2013 and Late 2012
    Joseph N. Welch, II
  • Trademark Infringement and Misuse in Social Media
    Lori L. Wiese-Parks
  • Trademarks in Film, Television, Webcasts, Video Games and Songs (January 3, 2014)
    Mark V. B. Partridge
  • Searching and Clearing Traditional and Non-Traditional Marks
    Philip G. Hampton II
  • Making Prosecution Decisions with an Eye Toward Potential Litigation
    Richard S. Mandel
  • Likelihood of Confusion Surveys
    Jerre B. Swann
  • The USPTO’s New Rules of Professional Conduct: Ethics for Trademark Attorneys Practicing Before the USPTO (January 8, 2014)
    Stephanie H. Bald

Presentation Material

  • Overview of 2013-2014 Federal Court, TTAB and UDRP Decisions
    Joseph N. Welch, II
  • Trademark Infringement in Social Media: Notice and Take-Down Procedures and Other Tools for Removing Infringing User-Generated Content
    Lori L. Wiese-Parks
  • Trademarks in Film, Television, Webcasts, Video Games and Songs
    Mark V. B. Partridge
  • Strategies for Searching and Clearing Traditional and Non-Traditional Marks
    Philip G. Hampton II
  • Designing and Conducting Effective Consumer Trademark Surveys
    Jerre B. Swann
  • Ethics for Trademark Attorneys Practicing Before the USPTO
    Stephanie H. Bald
Co-Chair(s)
Kieran G. Doyle ~ Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Sheldon H. Klein ~ Gray Plant Mooty
Speaker(s)
Stephanie H. Bald ~ Kelly IP, LLP
Lynn S. Fruchter ~ Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Philip G. Hampton II ~ Haynes and Boone, LLP
Richard S. Mandel ~ Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Mark V. B. Partridge ~ Partridge IP Law P.C.
Jerre B. Swann ~ Senior Counsel, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Joseph N. Welch, II ~ Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson LLP
Lori L. Wiese-Parks ~ Gray Plant Mooty

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