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.


Blockchain: Understanding a Disruptive Technology

Allisyn Monteleone and Nicholaus Rericha of Dinsmore provide an overview of blockchain technology, including the blockchain transaction process, blockchain technology regulations, and the ways in which blockchain is disrupting a number of industries. Mr. Rericha and Ms. Monteleone will also touch on how law firms are incorporating blockchain technology into their services. REGISTER HERE by October 4th at noon. *This month’sRead the rest of this page »


2018-2019 Student-Attorney Mentorship Program – Apply by Oct. 15!

We are excited to announce that our annual Student-Attorney Mentorship Program is underway!  We invite all interested law students and IP attorneys in the Greater Cincinnati area to apply by October 15, 2018. Through the Mentorship Program, we match UC and NKU law students interested in intellectual property law with a local intellectual property attorney.  We encourage each mentor-mentee pair toRead 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 »


Judges’ Dinner: feat. Kira Alvarez, ABA IP Section Legislative Consultant

Please join us October 25th at the Queen City Club for our annual Judges’ Dinner, featuring Kira Alvarez, ABA IP Section Legislative Consultant. Ms. Alvarez will speak to the ABA’s proposed legislation addressing Patentable Subject Matter under § 101 (available here) and hold a brief open discussion regarding the merits of the proposal.  Any feedback you have would be most appreciated.Read the rest of this page »


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