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Events | March 7, 2024
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Intellectual Property Law Spring Seminar 2024

Thursday, March 7, 2024
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET

In-person Event
Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
219 S Harrison Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48824

Presented by the Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan in cooperation with the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the Intellectual Property Law Spring Seminar 2024 offers content and insight from Michigan and international IP leaders on topics including:

  • Navigate IP issues involving social media influencers and content creators.
  • Grasp available patent damages measures, quantitative methods and more.
  • Get a view from the USPTO on the trends in trademarks and patents.
  • Gain strategies to leverage Artificial Intelligence tools in your IP practice.
  • Develop litigation strategies for false advertising claims.

Brian Wassom, a partner at Warner Norcross + Judd who chairs the firm’s Emerging Media and Technology Industry Group, and Ann McCrackin from the University of New Hampshire Frankin Pierce School of Law, will co-present a plenary session “AI and IP: Leveraging AI Tools” to explore the evolving role of AI in intellectual property law. The discussion will help guests understand the impact and integration of AI in legal departments, groundbreaking AI tools in IP litigation and the benefits and risks of adopting AI in legal practice, with a focus on patent searching and keyword assistance.

The March 7 event at East Lansing’s Kellogg Conference Center begins at 8:00 a.m. and includes an afternoon networking session. To learn more about the event, available CLE credits and to register, please click here

About the speaker:
A sought-after speaker, Wassom is a futurist at heart who tracks legal issues arising from a wide range of cutting-edge technologies. He is chair of Warner’s Emerging Media and Technologies Group and has developed a particular focus on matters of creative expression, First Amendment rights, commercial identity and privacy, which spans the legal doctrines of copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity rights, advertising, journalism and related fields. Learn more about his practice here.