Protecting and Enforcing the Intellectual Property of Your Clients
5.5 Law and Legal CLE Credits | WSBA AV Activity ID #411134
In this innovative and cutting edge look at IP, Program Developers John Denkenberger (Managing Member of Christensen O'Connor Johnson Kindness) and Brian McMahon have created a three stage program. The Day 3 recording, on advanced issues in IP Law including dealing with IP conflicts and choosing the best options for their clients, is available separately.
Day 3: Protecting and Enforcing the Intellectual Property of your clients.
Advanced issues in IP will be addressed including: strategies in I.P. Litigation; Inter Partes Review; working effectively with your clients; and the latest important developments in IP
Chairpersons and Program Developers
John Denkenberger is a co-managing member of Christensen O'Connor Johnson Kindness, serves on the firm's executive committee and is head of its litigation practice group. John has successfully litigated patent, trademark, trade secret, and unfair business competition issues in both federal and state court nationwide. In addition to his litigation practice, John also advises clients on foreign and domestic patent and trademark procurement, technology licensing, and litigation strategies in a variety of technology areas, including mechanical, electromechanical, acoustics, and software. Prior to becoming an attorney, John worked for 10 years as a research and design engineer in the aerospace and aircraft industry.
Brian McMahon is a member at COJK. He focuses his practice specifically on intellectual property litigation matters for clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to individual inventors, involving technologies relating to chemical, mechanical, and electrical arts alike. In so doing, he has appeared before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, several federal district courts, and the United States International Trade Commission. Brian has extensive experience in all phases of litigation, including prelitigation investigation and due diligence, case management, strategy and development, discovery, law and motion practice, obtaining and opposing injunctive relief, damages analysis, expert witness preparation, depositions, settlement negotiations, mediation, trial, and appeals. Brian also leads the firm's Hatch-Waxman "ANDA" litigation group.
Brian is a member of the West Point Association of Graduates (WPAOG) Advisory Council, which provides advice and counsel to the WPAOG Board of Directors. He received his B.S. from the United States Military Academy at West Point and his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. After graduation, he served a one-year term as judicial law clerk for then Chief Judge H. Robert Mayer of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Alina Morris is an associate at COJK. She focuses her practice on domestic and international trademark counseling, clearance, filing, prosecution, registration, maintenance, enforcement, defense, and portfolio management. A former trademark examining attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Alina leverages her insider expertise with the trademark application and registration process to help clients register their marks and protect their brands. Alina also handles disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, commercial litigation, copyright matters, domain name disputes, licensing, and business agreements. Additionally, Alina provides expert witness analysis and opinions in matters related to trademark examination and registration.
Alina regularly presents programs on trademark, copyright and domain name protection, participating in programs hosted by local and national organizations, including the King County Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, and the International Trademark Association (INTA). She is an INTA committee member, and the program director of the Seattle chapter of the Inn of Court. Alina was named a "Rising Star" in 2015 by Super Lawyers. She received her J.D. from George Washington University Law School.
General Registration - $165.00
SU School of Law Alumni (in-person attendance) - $140.00