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Securing Valuable Patents and a Path to Market in Australia and Neighboring Countries

Join us on Thursday, April 11 as Patrick McManamny presents strategies for securing patent rights in Australia and neighboring countries. Mr. McManamny’s remarks will include information on how to rapidly obtain grant of enforceable rights that are likely to stand up to a challenge, as well as options for challenging or preventing grant of competitors’ patents. REGISTER HERE by April 8th atRead the rest of this page »


2019 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 »


Recent Developments in Trademark and Unfair Competition Law

Join us on March 12 for a discussion on developments in trademark and unfair competition law with Ted Davis of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. Mr. Davis’s presentation will cover the invalidation of the prohibition in Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act on the registration of potentially disparaging marks, the differences among regional circuits on accounting of defendants’ profits, theRead the rest of this page »


Recent Developments in Copyright Law

Join us on February 12 for a discussion on recent developments in copyright law with Melissa Kern of Frost Brown Todd. Ms. Kern will provide updates on trends in copyright infringement claims (seeding files, creative commons licenses and copyright trolls), the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and its available remedies and practical considerations, and the Safe Harbor Protection from Copyright InfringementRead the rest of this page »


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