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Anticipate This!™ at AIPLA 2010 Annual Meeting.

Posted in General Commentary by Jake Ward on October 20, 2010

We are pleased to announce that Jake Ward will be presenting at the Annual Meeting of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) this Friday, October 22nd from 2:45PM-3:05PM, at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC. 

The title of the presentation is A Stumbling Blog Before the Blind? The Troll Tracker and IP Watchdog Cases.  A copy of the related paper will also be made available by the AIPLA.   The presentation is part of a concurrent track at the Annual Meeting entitled Blog On! Thoughts on Patent Blogging from Inside and Outside the Blogosphere, and will be followed by a blog panel discussion including Dennis Crouch (PatentlyO blog) and Donald Zuhn (Patent Docs blog).  Additional program details for the AIPLA Annual Meeting may be found here

If you happen to enjoy our humble patent law blog, stop by and say hello after the presentation.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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  1. Jake Ward said, on October 23, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Had a great time presenting at the AIPLA yesterday, and met a number of readers who came up afterwards to introduce themselves. It is always nice to meet our readership, and to know that the work we do here is appreciated!

    For those who were unable to attend the presentation, a copy of the paper we presented may be found here: http://www.aipla.org/html/annual/2010/meeting-materials/papers/Ward_Paper.pdf (AIPLA Registration required).


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