2021 CLE Calendar

January 28, 2021 (Noon, Belo) 

Sense You’ve Been Gone: An Update on the Protection

for Sensory Marks at the PTO

Speakers: 

Reshaun Finkley, Townsend & Lockett, PLLC
Lee Hunt, Brackett & Ellis, P.C.
Sophilia Wu, BakerHostetler

February 25, 2021 (Noon, Belo) 

Topic: "Doo Doo Do They Have Rights in “Baby Shark”?: Copyright Law in the Sharing Economy.”

Speaker: Julie Albert, Baker Botts

March 25, 2021 (Noon, Belo)

Topic:  Federal Circuit Update: Notable Cases and Topics 2020-2021

Speakers:
Natalie Bennett, Morgan Lewis
Pauline Pelletier, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC
Deirdre Wells, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC

 

April  (Noon, Virtual Belo Zoom)

TBD

May  (Noon, Virtual)

TBD

June  

TBD

July 

TBD

August 

TBD

September 

TBD

October 

TBD

November 

TBD

CLE

Noon CLE meetings are typically held on the fourth Friday of every month (with some exceptions).

 

We also host periodic breakfast CLE roundtable discussions at a North Dallas location on important IP topics.

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Next CLE: April 22 

(Virtual Zoom, Noon)

Topic: The Brexit Divorce - Who Got to

Keep the IP Kids/House? 

Speakers: Barker Brettel IP, UK,

John Lawrence, Carrie Johnson, Lucy Walker 

 

This CLE will cover the implications of Brexit on Trademark, Design, and Enforcement practice on the EU and UK.

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