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Potential Ethical Pitfalls in a Modern, Cost-Effective Trademark Prosecution Practice

Recorded on: May. 15, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:43

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Taken from the Web Program Advanced Trademark Law 2017: Current Issues recorded May, 2017 in New York.

Potential Ethical Pitfalls in a Modern, Cost-Effective Trademark Prosecution Practice [01:00:43]
  • Fixed fee billing and other alternative fee arrangements
  • Is it cost-effective to rely on trademark paralegals to prosecute applications and maintain registrations?
  • But is it ethical?

Speakers:    Elyssa LeFevre Chayo, Jennifer Debrow

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  • Potential Ethical Pitfalls in a Modern, Cost-Effective Trademark Prosecution Practice
    Jennifer Debrow, Elyssa LeFevre Chayo
  • Trademark Prosecution Practice
    Jennifer Debrow, Elyssa LeFevre Chayo
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Jennifer Debrow ~ Gray Plant Mooty
Elyssa LeFevre Chayo ~ Director and Founder, Firm Forward, LLC
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