Sughrue in conjunction with the University of Akron School of Law will host the 12th Annual Richard C. Sughrue Symposium on IP law in Akron, Ohio on March 8, 2010. This year's program will include presentations by leading practitioners and academics on the major issues of the day affecting intellectual property law. Presenters will discuss, among other topics, the Bilski case, the proposed Google Books Library Project settlement, the doctrines of inequitable conduct and fraud, and the host of ethical and other issues associated with the practice of outsourcing of work. A review of recent legislative developments also will take place. The featured luncheon speaker will be newly appointed Commissioner for Patents Robert L. Stoll.
Sughrue partners Alan Kasper and Gary Krugman will host a panell discussion on "Inequitable Conduct/Fraud" and partner Mike Dzwonczyk will join a panel discussion on "Bilski and Patentable Subject Matter".
To register for the program, click here: 12th Annual Sughrue Symposium