|Faculty:||Amy Goldsmith, Jeffrey M. Kaden|
|Production Date:||April 8 2011|
Do you think that you have the next great idea? Your concept might make you the next Bill Gates, but there is one thing you should look for, did somebody beat you to it? Familiarity with intellectual property law is essential for all individuals who are trying to patent or copyright their ideas. In this interactive program, attorneys Amy Goldsmith and Jeffrey Kaden use actual products that have been the subject of patent, copyright or trademark litigation to demonstrate the important tenets of each area, including puppy stuffed animals, sippy cups, and designer purses. These experieced IP attorneys provide an important primer on this area of law and so much more as they answer probative fact based questions from audience members.This course is recommended for all intellectual property attorneys and anyone else who believes that they might have the next brilliant product.
I. What is a Patent
II. Utility and Design Patent
III. Filing for a Patent
IV. Duration of Patents
V. Infringement of a Patent
VI. Special Bankruptcy Issues with Patents
VII. What's a Copyright
VIII. Special Bankruptcy Issues with Copyright
IX. Trade Secrets
X. Trade Dress
XII. Foreign Protection of Trademarks
Joan (Austin, TX)
Very engaging and knowledgable speakers. Loved the presentation and the discussion.
Steven (Bronx, NY)
This was a very thorough CLE course and despite its length managed to stay engaging helping to highlight the differences between generic concepts and brands and for something that is an increasing part of our economy I'm glad I got to participate.
Anne Marie (Stamford, CT)
Joseph M. (Iselin , NJ)
i liked the professor. she was very good. thank you.
Adrian (Austin, TX)
I don't practice in this area but found the presentation fascinating
Stephanie (DeLand, FL)
Nicole (Whittier, CA)
I loved this course. The speaker was approachable, she used real-life examples that really helped me understand the concepts
LIPING (HOLMDEL, NJ)
Tanyka (Bronx, NY)
Great primer of intellectual property.
Barbara (Guilderland, NY)
Lots of info
John (Riverside, CT)
Daniel (Los Altos, CA)
These two do a wonderful job. Informative, thoughtful and they care. It is amazing how much knowledge the practitioners in IP law acquire.
Gary (LaCrescent, MN)
Very good instructors!
MARGOT (BUFFALO, NY)
Andrea (Buffalo, NY)
very well done; highly interesting
Spencer (New York, NY)
Gary (Union, NJ)
Philip (Woodbury, NY)
Chris (Houston, TX)
Raymond (Anaheim, CA)
well done re presentation and content
Vicki (Dallas, TX)
The instructors gave great and clear explanations of these areas of law.
Claudia (Washington, DC)
Great and engagingcoverage of a potentially uninteresting topic
Joseph (Reston, VA)
Extremely interesting and practical. I thought the Q&A format and the visual aids were particularly effective.
Lloyd (Virginia Beach, VA)
Presenters were knowledgeable, engaging and informative.
Patrick (Pearl River, NY)
Good learning experience.
Kate (Fairfax, VA)
This was an interesting an engaging seminar - I intend to watch it again. It includes a great deal of very useful information.
Gene (Woodcliff Lk., NJ)
well presented and comprehensive
Justin (Houston, TX)
This was a fun one.
William (Lake Forest, IL)
Really enjoyed the program. Great basics.
Deborah (garden City, NY)
I did not have a particular interest in this subject prior to taking this course, but the lecturers did a fantastic job in disemminating the material. They made it very interesting and they explained the legal concepts very well in lay man's terms. I really loved this course.
Elaine (Westport, CT)
both speakers were good
Curtis (New York, NY)
Robert (Port Chester, NY)
Format and content of thhis course were excellent!
Christina (Huntsville, AL)
very good course
Matthew (Mastic, NY)
Entertaining and edifying lecture
elgin (Jackson, MS)
not my practice area, but I enjoyed it
Mary (Atherton, CA)
Very good use of examples to illustrate their points.
Caroline (Alexandria, VA)
Melton (Lenexa, KS)
First time I have participated in a Lawline.com course. Very impressed and will definitely be back.
Fredda (Chicago, IL)
Great presentation!! A fantastic and entertaining session. Truly the best CLE course I have taken, ever!
Thomas (New York, NY)
Terrific, Thorough, informative, entertaining.
benjamin (Andover, KS)
Provided valuable information
Jeffery (San Antonio, TX)
great case stories by both attorneys
Valerie (Ashburn, VA)
Great use of "props" to illustrate example.
Allison (Dallas, TX)
George (Austin, TX)
A good refresher course for those of us who skimmed through IP courses in law school.
Cheryl (Houston, TX)
Thought I wouldn't be really interested, but speakers made the subject very interesting and understandable.
Marie (Sewickley, PA)
Loved the realia and hands on examples. I learned a great deal.
Beverly (Dallas, TX)
I liked the products used as visual aids
Bryan (Beacon, NY)
Great overview of intellectual property! Cleared up many misconceptions that I had regarding the different types of IP and presented in a way that was entertaining and intellectually stimulating!
Jeffrey (New York, NY)
I like it. I have worked for several months in the patent litigation field, so I was listening particularly for the patent aspects. Nothing surprised me, but it was nice to finally have someone confirm what I thought I understood about the field. I also found the copyright and trademark/dress portions enjoyable and interesting. Thanks.
Linus (Oneida, NY)
Covered alot of ground. Obviously very experienced attorneys presenting this course. Kept it interesting.
Chanel (Dallas, TX)
Really good speakers.
Layne (San Antonio, TX)
Gwinda (Fort Worth, TX)
Corey (Richmond, TX)
Interesting topic and the visual demonstrations were helpful.
Augustin (Houston, TX)
very good seminar.
Alexander (Dallas, TX)
Mona (BROOKLYN, NY)
Fantastic refresher course or primer on IP.
Michael (Raleigh, NC)
Excellent course! Very helpful overview of the terrain.
Michael (Brooklyn, NY)
Excellent course. Wonderful primer for Non P&T attorneys. Thoroughly enjoyed the presentation. It made me want to learn more about P&T. Would highly recommend course to anyone wanting to get a basic understanding of Intellectual Property. Thanks
Maryjane (Mcallen, TX)
Wow! Excellent presentation and info.
Matthew (Hoboken, NJ)
Peter (Martinsville, NJ)
Excellent. I have no IP background and learned lots.
Rhea (Houston, TX)
Lisa (Denton, TX)
Loved the real examples presented.
John (Dallas, TX)
very good seminar
David Peter (South Orange, NJ)
This is my field. It was a good refresher.
Naomi (New York, NY)
This was a very lively, iformative & substantive presentation.
Deborah (New York, NY)
Superb course: presentation and content were first rate.
Michael (Spicewood, TX)
Good primer on forms of intellectual property, underscored with various real-world examples.
Jeffrey (Milwaukee, WI)
douglas (springfield, NJ)
A very informative course.
Patricia (Sag Harbor, NY)
Paul (Virginia Beach, VA)
Clearly presented overview of IP law. I found it helpful.
William (Olney, MD)
J. Kirk (DALLAS, TX)
Very good presentation. Excellent into to IP concepts
Tracy (Camp Springs, MD)
Excellent seminar. One of the best I've taken on Lawline.
Carolynne (New York, NY)
Walter (Houston, TX)
good general summation of the laws and rules for a non patent attorney
Jeffrey (Carle Place, NY)
very interesting and informative. Worth repeating!
Maxwell (Brooklyn, NY)
This was an excellent and very informative CLE.
Kenneth (Houston, TX)
Both speakers fantastic. Very knowledgeable.
Yanina (Riverwoods, IL)
Great, informative session
C. T. (hope, AR)
Great clarity of content and presentation.
Stephen (Chicago, IL)
Robert (Vernon Hills, IL)
Very good IP introductory course for those not practicing in the IP area
Nicholas (Oak Park, IL)
Highly substantive; technical subject presented with great clarity.
Janice (Palos Heights, IL)
This subject is outside of my area of practice, however, I learned a lot and found it very entertaining. Excellent presentation!
Kenneth (Short Hills, NJ)
Excellent presentation. The speakers were enthusiastic and well prepared, even showing sample products to illustrate their points.