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24 Oct 2016, Seminar, Stockholm, Sweden
Finnegan partner Julia Matheson will participate in the panel discussion “Trademark Portfolio Management and Dispute Resolution in China, EU, and the United States” at Awapatent’s Brand & Social Media Congress.
25 Oct 2016, Seminar, Atlanta, United States
Finnegan is a Diamond sponsor of Georgia State University’s Corporate Intellectual Property Institute (CIPI). Additionally, Finnegan attorney James Stein was invited to moderate the panel discussion "Using Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) Trials to Defend Against Patent Infringement Litigation."
10 Nov 2016, Webinar, Washington, DC, United States
As part of Strafford Publications’ webinar series, Finnegan partner Beth Ferrill will provide guidance to patent counsel on navigating the inter partes review process for challenging design patents.
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