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Significant Recent Opinions form the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit

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On September 8, 2015, CincyIP welcomes John Luken and Matt Molloy, both Partners at Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP, to discuss Significant Recent Opinions form the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit. Mr. Luken and Mr. Molloy will discuss recent opinions from the Supreme Court concerning whether patent claim construction is purely a legal issue for a judge or whether it hasRead the Rest…


2015 Membership Dues now being collected

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We are now collecting dues for the 2015 calendar year.   The annual dues provide us with a budget to plan events and are primarily used to pay for out-of-town speaker expenses. Membership (whether Active or Associate) entitles you to a discount of both our regularly scheduled monthly luncheon meetings (generally the second Tuesday of the month) and our SpecialRead the Rest…


The Intersection of Design Rights and Trade Dress

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On August 11, 2015, CincyIP welcomes Mark Charles to discuss The Intersection of Design Rights and Trade Dress. A corporation or inventor with a potentially valuable product will often want to take a multi-level approach to protecting their intellectual property.  Rather than rely only on one layer of IP protection, the owner will try to protect the same product withRead the Rest…


3D Printing and the Next Wave of Digital Infringement

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On May 12, 2015, CincyIP welcomes Daniel H. Brean to discuss 3D Printing and the Next Wave of Digital Infringement. 3D printing technology is advancing fast into new materials and applications every day.  It is also moving quickly from the workshop into the home. The technology itself is disruptive, but so are the newly emerging commercial sales infrastructures. Physical productsRead the Rest…