On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, the New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association (NJIPLA) will hold its first ever seminar dedicated exclusively to ethical issues in the practice of intellectual property law. The half-day program, entitled Ethics in IP, will feature speakers covering a range of ethics topics specifically tailored for the IP practitioner. Whether your practice is litigation, prosecution, or counseling, the Ethics in IP event promises to provide an excellent opportunity for earning continuing legal education credits in ethics.
Professional Responsibility Before the Office of
Enrollment and Discipline: Cases and Considerations
William R. Covey
Director for the Office of Enrollment and Discipline,
The Duty of Candor in USPTO Post-Grant Contested Proceedings
Professor, College of Law, Syracuse University
“Everything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You”
– Best Practices for Responding to an OED Ethics Investigation
Michael E. McCabe, Jr.
Funk & Bolton, P.A.
“Whose Lawyer Are You?” The Problem of Identifying the
Client in Intellectual Property Consultations
Frederick L. Whitmer
Managing Partner, Kilpatrick, Townsend & Stockton
The New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association is an organization of over 300 practicing intellectual property attorneys, patent agents, law students, and interested individuals, primarily from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. One of the missions of the NJIPLA is to educate its members and the public about intellectual property and the protection of IP.
To register for the Ethics in IP seminar, click on this link.