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Webinar | Soft IP – 10 Hot Topics in Copyright and Trademark Law
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Webinar | Soft IP – 10 Hot Topics in  Copyright and Trademark Law

5/18/2017
When: Thursday, May 18, 2017
4:00 PM
Where: United States

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Brought to you by the Entertainment Law Committee and Solo & Small Firm Network

Soft IP – 10 Hot Topics in Copyright and Trademark Law

May 18 at 4 p.m. EDT

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In this ever-changing digital world, navigating intellectual property issues has become more difficult, but also more important. Lawyers should be vigilant to ensure clients know their rights – and their limitations – when it comes to the use of intellectual property. This webinar will provide a primer of the hottest issues in copyright and trademark law, including the recent cases involving attorneys' fee awards and cost shifting in copyright and trademark litigation.

Our panelists are seasoned intellectual property litigators with decades of experience representing clients in intellectual property disputes. 

Speakers:

  • Jason H. Wilson is a partner of Willenken Wilson Loh & Delgado LLP. He regularly represents Fortune 500 companies on copyright and trademark disputes.
  • Melvin N.A. Avanzado is the principal of The Avanzado Law Firm, APLC. He has substantial experience representing both companies and individuals in intellectual property cases, including motion picture studios, television networks and production companies in entertainment litigation over copyrights and trademarks.

Code words will be used to monitor attendance during the live webinar. NAPABA will provide attendance certificates to members for attending the webinar. It is up to individual members to determine whether the webinar qualifies for credit (and what kind) in their state.