19th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute - 2021: an IP Odyssey

Holland & Hart is proud to be a Presenting Sponsor at the 19th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute - 2021: an IP Odyssey, happening virtually on Thursday, June 3rd through Friday, June 4th. The Institute is one of the U.S.’ premier intellectual property continuing legal education programs and is attended by hundreds of IP professionals from across the globe. We are pleased to once again be an annual participant, albeit from a distance.

This year's Institute will offer four tracks focusing on Patents and Patent Litigation; Trademarks and Copyrights; Licensing; and Transactions and E-Commerce. From social media privacy, censorship, and publishing standards to the popularization of telemedicine, the conference will delve into the current trends and hot topics within IP.

Holland & Hart patent partner Phil Harris will join Paul Cha, Esq. of Sheridan Ross, LLP for a presentation on freedom-to-operate and non-infringement opinions, discussing their value, the current state of the law, and opinion risks and rewards.

Holland & Hart IP transactions attorney Hao Wang will join Elizabeth (E.B.) McCusker, Esq. of McKesson Corporation for a presentation on "M&A: Understanding the IP Value Drivers & Executing the Deal," offering insight into bridging deal objectives and IP assets, optimizing resources across the transaction lifecycle, and tips for addressing key IP issues. 

Find out more about the 19th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Law Institute - 2021: an IP Odyssey here

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