CLE Bridging the Gap: Intellectual Property set for Oct. 27 in Albany
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September 30, 2004
ALBANY – As technology evolves, the law struggles to keep pace with the demands of those innovations. This is especially true as intellectual property rights increase in value – a reality reflected by the burgeoning number of these cases brought before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Continuing Legal Education will offer a program, “Bridging the Gap: Intellectual Property,” from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2004 at the Crowne Plaza Albany Hotel, State and Lodge streets, Albany.
This basic-level course offers an overview of the laws regarding copyright, trademark, licensing, trade secrets, and patents, as well as international issues that impact intellectual property litigation.
Program chair is Susan E. Farley of Albany (Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti, PC).
Early registration fees (i.e., received or postmarked 10 days prior to the program date) are $65 for NYSBA members; $100 for non-members; and $35 for student members. A $15 late fee will be added for registration received or postmarked thereafter; or for on-site registration.
The program is approved for 8.0 New York MCLE credits for all attorneys, including those newly admitted.
To register or for more information, call (800) 582-2452 or (518) 463-3724 (Albany area); or fax requests to (518) 487-5618. For additional details, visit the NYSBA Web site at www.nysba.org/cle.
“Bridging the Gap” courses are designed to help law students, recently admitted attorneys, or experienced attorneys who wish to expand their practice into a new area or update their basic knowledge.
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