OUR GOAL IS TO CONTINUE OUR LONG-STANDING TRADITION OF PROVIDING VALUABLE CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION TO OUR MEMBERS TO ADDRESS THE MOST CURRENT ISSUES IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW.


Meet the Candidates

Candidate for President  (2 year term) Ashley Earle is an associate at Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP, who focuses her practice on a wide range of intellectual property protection, including trademark prosecution (domestic and international), enforcement matters, copyrights, agreements, and patent procurement (both utility and design). She is admitted to practice before the USPTO as a registered patent attorney and has aRead the rest of this page »


The Ethics of Legal Process Outsourcing for the IP Attorney

Round out the year with CincyIP and obtain an hour of Professional Conduct CLE on Tuesday, December 11 at The Hampton Inn & Suites. Attorney Michael McCabe will lead us in a discussion on the Ethics of Legal Process Outsourcing for the IP Attorney. Mr. McCabe will address the ethics rules that apply to outsourcing time-intensive work such as document review and production, and the ways inRead the rest of this page »


2018 Membership Dues Now Being Collected

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 »


Seeking Nominations

With the end of 2018 upon us, we are currently seeking nominations for the following CincyIP positions. Officers The following officers will serve a 2-year term (2019-2021): President Treasurer Outreach Officer Board Members We are also seeking nominations for four board members, each of whom will serve a three-year term. Have some great candidates in mind? Nominate them today here! Nominations are dueRead the rest of this page »


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