Don Rupert Presents Webinar “Intellectual Property Risk Management”
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The risks inherent in any intellectual property matter are plentiful, and the rules and regulations that must be followed even more so. Stay abreast of issues relating to acceptable and ethical conduct in patent and trademark prosecution before the USPTO, as well as potential resultant malpractice charges, through the Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP presentation of Intellectual Property Risk Management.
Join Donald Rupert, Esq., Partner, Marshall Gerstein, as he discusses how the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Model Rules of Professional Responsibility differ from USPTO rules and authority, and the Office of Enrollment and Discipline (OED) governance. This complimentary online CLE event program will examine conflicts of interest that may arise with existing and potential clients and malpractice issues as defined by the ABA Model Rules, including representation of others before the USPTO, OED compliance and disciplinary actions, and consistent types of conduct giving rise to malpractice complaints.
Marshall Gerstein is pleased to extend this hour-long presentation to all intellectual property attorneys, patent agents, and professionals who wish to remain up-to-date in this important area of their work. This CLE seminar has been produced in partnership with the Practising Law Institute and is complimentary to Marshall, Gerstein & Borun clients and colleagues. If you have an account with PLI, please log in to view the presentation. Otherwise, please create a new account by clicking on the Register Now link.
One hour of ethics MCLE credit is available for attorneys practicing in Illinois and other states. To request your certificate, please click the MCLE Registration link after completing the program, complete and submit the form. You will receive your certificate via email.
For further discussion of this seminar topic with the speaker, contact Don Rupert at [email protected]. We hope that you enjoy the program.