Will We See You in Naples this Weekend?

The Computer and Technology Law and Intellectual Property Committees will meet jointly this Saturday, September 3, from 8:00 – 10:30 a.m. in the Plaza Ballroom during the 21st Annual Labor Day Retreat.

Please download / bring the following meeting materials:

Meeting Agenda

Annual Meeting Minutes, IP

Annual Meeting Minutes, CTLC

CTLC Hot List

Data Security CLE Outline

We do hope you will be there in person, but if you cannot make it, please dial in at:

1-888-376-5050
Participant PIN – 8670236698

Whether you are attending in person or by phone, please download the meeting materials in advance of the call.

Don’t Miss IP CLE Credits During the Annual Meeting

Mark Stein

Mark Stein will present an hour-long CLE at the Annual Meeting

The Intellectual Property Committee will meet at the Florida Bar’s Annual Convention at the Boca Raton Resort and Club on Thursday June 25th from 10 am until 12 pm (please note that some of the Bar registration materials incorrectly state the meeting starts at 11:30 am. This is not correct; we wouldn’t hold our committee meeting during the Business Law Section Luncheon). If you haven’t yet registered for the Annual Meeting, be sure to so so soon, as early bird registration ends June 1st.

Even if you are not registering for the Annual Meeting, you can still attend the Intellectual Property Committee meeting and obtain an hour of valuable IP Certification and CLE credit. During the latter half of the meeting, Mark Stein will present a one hour CLE entitled Trademark Issues Related to Big Data. This CLE program will provide information about the role “Big Data” plays in trademark prosecution issues. While the term “Big Data” has many meanings, it is most typically defined as the massive quantity of raw data that has not been analyzed or organized in any manner that is being generated each day. The use of, as well as the new businesses and services arising from this collection of data has created unique trademark issues for companies in many industries. This CLE explores those issues, identifies and describes them and then provides practical ideas for dealing with issues “Big Data” creates in the prosecution and protection of trademarks.

Don’t miss it!