The San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association (SFIPLA ) is one of the oldest and largest intellectual property law associations in the western United States, and currently serves more than 500 active members.
The purpose of the SFIPLA is to educate its members and the public about developments in intellectual property law, to instill a high standard of ethics among members, and to foster a sense of community.
The SFIPLA was founded in 1927 and originally named the San Francisco Patent and Trademark Law Association. In 1995, the name of the organization was changed to SFIPLA.
IN MEMORY OF:
Milton W. Schlemmer, Esq. (July 13, 1928 – April 15, 2014).
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
SFIPLA FREE LUNCHTIME WEBINAR
Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank: Impact and Strategies in Prosecution and Litigation
Panelists: Robert Sachs and Marc Pernick
Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank represents the fourth time in the past five years that the Supreme Court has tackled the question of whether a patent was directed to patent-eligible subject matter. In this presentation, our panelists discuss what the Alice decision means, what lessons we can (and cannot) draw from it, and what kind of effect it will have on patent prosecution and patent litigation going forward.
Sponsored by: Cogent Legal
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