Discover intellectual property insights with IPC attorneys Stephen Kepper and Adam Vickers at the New Orleans Bar Association's Procrastinators' Program. Join this Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event on December 20th, 2023, to explore "Intellectual Property Considerations for the General Practitioner." Gain a comprehensive overview of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, as well as practical tips to protect your clients' intellectual property rights. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from esteemed experts in the field. Register now at the official website or contact the association directly.
The New Orleans Bar Association's Procrastinators' Program (sm) is proud to announce the participation of IPC attorneys Stephen Kepper and Adam Vickers in an upcoming Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event. This program, with the generous support of our local legal community, offers exceptional opportunities for professional development.
Scheduled for Wednesday, December 20th, 2023, the CLE session will focus on "Intellectual Property Considerations for the General Practitioner." Understanding intellectual property is crucial for today's legal practitioners, and this session aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the subject.
Stephen Kepper, an esteemed patent attorney, joined Intellectual Property Consulting in 2015, bringing his expertise in securing intellectual property rights and negotiating licenses. His extensive knowledge in this field makes him an invaluable resource for legal professionals seeking to enhance their understanding of intellectual property considerations.
Adam Vickers, another IPC attorney, is also well-versed in intellectual property law. As part of IPC, Vickers assists clients in obtaining, enforcing, and defending their intellectual property rights. His experience and expertise in patents, trademarks, and copyrights will provide valuable insights during the session.
During the presentation, participants will receive a general overview of the different types of intellectual property, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. The session will also explore practical considerations that general practitioners should be aware of when advising clients on various matters to safeguard their intellectual property rights.
The event will take place at the Pan American Life Building, from 11:20 AM to 12:20 PM, offering attendees an hour of in-depth knowledge and practical insights.
The New Orleans Bar Association invites all legal professionals to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity for professional growth and learning. Don't miss the chance to learn from IPC attorneys Stephen Kepper and Adam Vickers as they share their expertise and insights into the dynamic field of intellectual property.
For more information about the New Orleans Bar Association's Procrastinators' Program and to register for the event, please visit their official website or contact the association directly.