Association of Patent Law Firms Event to be held October 22 at the Law School
The Association of Patent Law Firms (APLF) will hold its 11th Annual Meeting at the School of Law on Wednesday, October 22, from 11 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. in the Levy Atrium and offers a program dealing with some intriguing aspects of the business of IP law.
The presenters are experienced and interesting individuals who deal with matters that affect the daily practice of law and have a significant impact on firm competitiveness, productivity, client relationships, and revenue. Topics include "Generation X, Y, & Boomers at Law"; "Legal OnRamp": "Billing Practices"; and "Conflicts and Liability in Patent Practice." A light lunch will be provided, and three substantive and one ethics CLE credits will be provided. The complete agenda and registration information are available at www.aplf.org.
The APLF is an international association of specific law firms that devote the majority of their practice to patent law, trademark law, and copyright law. Its stated role is to demonstrate the business advantages of retaining a specialist patent law firm.