UIC John Marshall Law School is proud to virtually present its 64th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference. The Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference provides an exceptional opportunity to meet with newsmakers and influencers, to learn and discuss the most exciting and important developments in the field, and to be empowered to help create better laws and policies that promote innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. A mainstay in IP CLE programming, the conference is known for its highly interactive format. Its four plenary sessions and nine breakout sessions cover patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, antitrust, and in-house counsel, as well as IT and privacy developments.
Virtual Networking through Remo
We also know that networking with our presenters and panelists is an important feature of the IP Conference. With the conference moving online this year, we’ve partnered with Remo, a conference platform that provides attendees with best-in-class virtual networking opportunities, to ensure attendees and panelists have the same opportunities to meet and discuss important IP issues they’ve come to expect from the Conference.
Hon. Paul Michel (Ret.)
Former Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit