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Patent Pro Bono Program: An Investment in Economically Under-Resourced Communities

Join us on December 12th for a presentation by Grant Corboy, Patent Pro Bono Administrator of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and Ted Theofrastous, Managing Attorney of the IP Venture Clinic at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, will discuss a relatively new way that attorneys can give back and support their local communities by providing freeRead the rest of this page »


The Devil Made Me Do It: Lessons Learned in Negotiating License Deals

Join us on November 14th at The Hampton Inn & Suites*, where Steve Gillen of Wood Herron & Evans will discuss lessons he has learned in negotiating license deals. There is a well-established rule of construction applicable to the judicial interpretation of a contract: “Words in a written contract are to be interpreted according to their common, ordinary, and usual meaningRead the rest of this page »


Join as a Member of CincyIP!

As a Member of CincyIP, you will enjoy access to discounted registration rates for our monthly CLE luncheons and for our annual Premier Conferences.  You will also receive our CincyIP newsletter! Annual membership dues are an essential element of the budget that enable CincyIP to operate throughout the year and host CLE events of premium quality.  They help to bridge the gap between theRead the rest of this page »


Judges’ Dinner: feat. Justice Patrick Fischer of the Ohio Supreme Court

Please join us October 9th at the Queen City Club for our annual Judges’ Dinner, featuring Justice Patrick F. Fischer of the Ohio Supreme Court. Justice Fischer was elected to the Ohio Supreme Court in November 2016 and has over thirty years of legal experience, including two terms as a judge on the Ohio First District Court of Appeals.  Justice FischerRead the rest of this page »


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