U.S. Exports and Intellectual Property Issues : Myths, Mistakes, Risks and Best Practices Affecting U.S. Exporters and International Businesses
January 12, 2011
Orange County, CA
Attorneys from the USPTO will address international questions related to protecting and enforcing patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights and domain names. Southern California firms currently engaged in global sourcing or sales, large and small, will benefit from this opportunity. Join us to discuss with the experts common misunderstandings and mistakes that U.S. businesses often make in attempting to protect and enforce their intellectual property rights (IPR). This discussion will include issues related to China, where counterfeiting and piracy are critical concerns for U.S. firms. Each of the USPTO attorneys will identify and explain problem areas related to their specific IPR focus. Participants will have an opportunity to pose questions related to export issues involving patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyright and domain names.
Crowell & Moring will be hosting this event in their Orange County office.
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