CLE in Colorado’s 11th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute begins this Thursday, May 30, at the Westin Westminster hotel. Topics to be discussed include mobile apps, Apple v. Samsung, crowdsourcing, and the America Invents Act.
The America Invents Act changed the landscape of intellectual property law. Inter partes review is becoming a staple of prosecutors’ practices. First-to-file provisions became effective March 16, 2013, which was a big change from America’s previous system. There were many other changes to intellectual property law as a result of the America Invents Act, and Daniel Sherwinter, Esq., of Marsh, Fischmann & Breyfogle, illustrated the changes through a quick summary guide published by CBA-CLE. This summary guide is published here as a courtesy of CBA-CLE.
If you haven’t already registered for the IP Institute, you can still register at the event at the Westin Westminster, or click here for the online registration page.