Chicago event: Internet/IP seminar with speech by Commissioner of Patents

There is an exciting intellectual property law event coming up Chicago on the afternoon of July 27, 2006, and the registration deadline (July 21) is quickly approaching.

The Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (“IPLAC”) will be hosting an afternoon seminar with three panels addressing copyright, trademark and patent law. The program will end with a keynote address by Commissioner for Patents John Doll.

I will be moderating a panel discussion on copyright. The panel will consist of University of Chicago Professor Doug Lichtman, Northwestern professor Clint Francis, and Sachnoff & Weaver attorney John Hines.

Registration fee is $25 if you’re not an IPLAC member. Here is a link to a registration form. I encourage you to attend.