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18th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute

Holland & Hart is proud to be a Presenting Sponsor at the “18th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute” conference, happening virtually on July 16, 23, 30, and August 6. The Institute is one of the U.S.’ premier intellectual property continuing legal education programs and is attended by nearly 600 IP professionals from across the globe. We are pleased to once again be an annual participant, albeit from a distance.

The following Holland & Hart Partners will participate in the following sessions:

  • Scott Karren, Patent Law Update Tabletop Discussion, July 16
  • Lindsay Silber, Licensing Update Tabletop Discussion, July 23
  • Matt Abell, Trademark Update Tabletop Discussion, July 30
  • Tracy Gray, Data and Privacy Update Tabletop Discussion, August 6
  • Michael Drapkin, “Working with Foreign Counsel to Develop IP Portfolios” On-Demand Session, August 6

The following topics, and much more, will be covered over the course of the CLE event:

  • The future of intellectual property rights 
  • Considerations for AI and machine learning
  • Cloud contracts
  • Open source software
  • Unintentional and intentional franchises
  • Master Service Agreements
  • Creative ambiguity in contracts
  • Blockchain and IP
  • Prosecution in the U.S., Europe, and China
  • Online IP infringement strategies
  • The changing landscape of fashion law
  • Data analytics for IP
  • Diversity and Inclusion in the patent world
  • Asset protection strategies
  • Commercial and employment contracts

Find out more about the Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute here.


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