RADIOFREE IP FOCUSES ON IP ISSUES THAT IMPACT YOUR BOTTOM LINE

ON-DEMAND AND LIVE CLE WEBCASTS

Minnesota Legal Education Credits Apply

RadioFree iP is a new, convenient, and topical CLE series from Carlson Caspers. We created it to stay connected with our clients and to deliver important developments in intellectual property law and practice.

Regular internet broadcasts will cover various legal issues and practice pointers for clients and practitioners in the intellectual property field. These programs are scheduled conveniently (midday) and offer 1.0 – 1.5 hours of free CLE credit. They are also available on-demand.

Radio Free iP parallels another time in history when radio broadcasts provided a safe and secure way to obtain information to listeners with restricted access to public assembly. We hope you will join us and enjoy the convenience of our new service.

UPCOMING LIVE WEBCASTS

October 22, 2020

INTER PARTES AND POST GRANT REVIEW PROCESS

Eight years in, procedure continues to be a key part of IPR and PGR practice. The panel will focus on the following issues:

– Arthrex and the constitutionality of IPR proceedings
– Click-to-Call and the non-appealable nature of institution decisions
– Pre-institution procedural arguments and the rise of discretionary denials

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Featuring:

Todd S. Werner

Todd’s practice at Carlson Caspers focuses on helping clients navigate disputes with their competitors.  While Todd handles all types of commercial disputes, his practice is particularly focused on patent litigation, inter partes review (IPR) proceedings, IP licensing/monetization, and counseling.

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Peter M. Kohlhepp

Peter Kohlhepp practices intellectual property law with a focus on patent and trademark litigation. In addition to his focus on pharmaceuticals and telecommunications,  Peter has represented manufacturers and distributors of nutraceuticals and medical devices.

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Caroline L. Marsili

Caroline practices intellectual property law with an emphasis on patent litigation at Carlson Caspers. She also has experience in antitrust litigation and clearance investigations. She has worked on matters involving a range of technologies, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and lawn care equipment, and is a regular contributor to the ANDA Advisors Blog.

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ON-DEMAND WEBCASTS

TRADE SECRETS / PART I / 1.25 CREDITS AVAILABLE / 1.5 HOURS IN LENGTH

When you have completed the program, the CLE code will be sent to you with the contact information that you provide.

Summary of the Program:

  • Why and how you should be protecting your trade secrets
  • How the Covid-19 pandemic may affect the trade secrets landscape
  • The impact of computer forensics and protecting trade secrets
  • Current and upcoming trends in the trade secrets space

TRADE SECRETS / PART II / 1.25 CREDITS AVAILABLE / 1.5 HOURS IN LENGTH

When you have completed the program, the CLE code will be sent to you with the contact information that you provide.

Summary of the Program:

  • Enforcement of trade secrets and strategies to consider in proving your case
  • How computer forensics can be used in the trade secrets context
  • Tips and tactics for bringing claims of trade secret misappropriation
  • How to defend yourself against claims of trade secret misappropriation

Presenters: 

Tara C. Norgard

Drawing on her extensive experience in complex litigation, technology and business, Tara helps her clients leverage and defend their intellectual property inside and outside the courtroom.

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Alexandra J. Olson

Alex practices IP law with an emphasis on patent and trade secret litigation and licensing. She draws on her engineering background to represent clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, and agricultural industries.

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Jennell C. Bilek

Jennell advises on a wide range of IP and business matters. As an attorney, licensed pharmacist and former business owner, she combines her scientific, industry, and legal knowledge to achieve favorable outcomes for her clients.

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Mark Lanterman

Mark is the Chief Technology Officer of Computer Forensic Services. Before entering the private sector, Mark was an investigator for the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task-force. He has 28 years of security and forensic experience and has testified in over 2000 cases.

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