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CLE Event: Legal Off-shoring and In-shoring in the field of Intellectual Property – February 3, 2010.

Posted in General Commentary by Jake Ward on January 25, 2010

The Toledo Intellectual Property Law Association (TIPLA) is proudly presenting a program titled: Legal Off-shoring and In-shoring in the field of Intellectual Property

The program will be held at the  University of Toledo College of Law on February 3, 2010, from 9:00AM – 12:00AM.  Three (3) hours of CLE credit are being sought for all attendee states.

Speakers:
Indira Saladi,
Senior Intellectual Property Counsel,  Motorola, Inc.

Ms. Saladi will present on Motorola’s development of in-house IP resources in India.

Frank Landgraff, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, GE Energy

Mr. Landgraff will present on how U.S. firms can position themselves as “low overhead cost environments.”

Ray Meiers, TIPLA Secretary/Treasurer, Patent Attorney at MacMillan, Sobanski & Todd

Mr. Meiers will present on ethical considerations relevant to offshoring.

Cost:  $30 for students; $60 for TIPLA members, $120 for all others.

Interested persons should email the TIPLA Officers at  ToledoIPLA@gmail.com to register and receive the payment address for the event.

JW Note:  As many of our readers know, I have been involved with TIPLA for a few years now, and this is just one of the great programs they have lined up for 2010.  Vince Garlock from AIPLA will also be speaking at their regular meeting in February, and they are expecting Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog fame for their regular meeting in April!  A videoconference at the Toledo College of Law with Mr. William LaMarca, Associate Solicitor at the USPTO, is also being planned for March.  Check it out.

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