It’s that time of year again, the Midwest IP Institute is back in action for the 14th year in a row, and if you’re attending you’ll receive this little gem, the 13th Edition of The IP Book:
So, don’t miss it, Gerard Rogers, Chief Judge of the TTAB will provide us with News from the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and he will also share his perspectives on the implications of the Supreme Court’s B&B Hardware Decision on TTAB practice.
Our friend John Welch of the TTABlog will be joining me on the podium for the annual review of trademark cases: The Year in Trademark Law.
In addition, my partner and fellow DuetsBlogger Brad Walz will provide valuable insights on how to avoid the cost and expense of trademark oppositions altogether by utilizing ex parte Letters of Protest at the USPTO.
Please join us this Thursday and Friday at the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education Center in downtown Minneapolis for two days of intellectual property education and networking.
Finally, if you’re wanting a preview of the B&B Hardware discussion, there is a webinar tomorrow you won’t want to miss, my partner and fellow DuetsBlogger Tiffany Blofield is teaming up again with Caldwell Camero of General Mills to discuss their perspectives on how the Supreme Court’s B&B Hardware decision has changed our trademark world.