|INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DUE DILIGENCE IN BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS|
Tuesday, Feb 02 2010
The object of intellectual property due diligence is to identify and evaluate the potential strengths and risks associated with intellectual property and technology rights in business transactions. This program, designed for general practice, corporate, and intellectual property attorneys, will focus on the practical aspects of conducting an effective patent, trademark, copyright, and domain name due diligence analyses. Attorneys coordinating an intellectual property due diligence should understand the process, which requires interaction among intellectual property attorneys, corporate attorneys on the transactional team, and key business personnel and involves legal and business considerations pertinent to the transaction. In addition, this program will also address certain bankruptcy considerations that arise in the due diligence process relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights, and domain names.
Program Co-Chairs: Lora A. Moffatt, Salans LLP & Richard Raysman, Holland & Knight LLP
Sponsoring Association Committee: Trademarks & Unfair Competition, Monica B. Richman, Chair
New York & California Credit: 3.5 credits in professional practice.
This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys.
Illinois Credit: 2.75 general MCLE credits.
|Walk-in for Course |
|Member: $ 230.00 || ||Nonmember: $ 340.00 || |
|Member: $ 335.00 ||Nonmember: $ 405.00 |
|Member: $ 445.00 ||Nonmember: $ 535.00 |
|Course Material |
|Member: $ 105.00 ||Nonmember: $ 135.00 |