If you are new to the practice of intellectual property (IP), or you simply want to polish your basic IP skills, this two-part course is for you. Director of the Rocky Mountain Regional USPTO Molly Kocialski leads expert faculty who will offer insights on the essentials of patent, trademark, and trade secret law. Receive practical, foundational basics that you can use in your day-to-day practice to better represent your clients. Learn more and register for the two-part virtual conference today.
- The basics of claims drafting and prosecution
- Patent application drafting
- Basics of trademark protection and policing
- The anatomy of technology licenses
- Copyright law
This course has been submitted for six hours of MCLE credit.
The Intellectual Property Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, Stanford Law School, Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology, the Copyright Society of the USA, and the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, are cosponsoring this event in cooperation with the Rocky Mountain Regional USPTO.