Connecticut MCLE - Intellectual Property Courses

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  • ChatGPT and Related Products: The Legal Ramifications

    The rise in capability of Artificial Intelligence products has drastically altered the legal industry. This CLE course will explain the consequences of this trend with a discussion of current AI products, such as ChatGPT and how they operate. The course will then move forward to its impact on several legal issues including patents, copyright, trade secrets, contracts, and confidential information as well as an exploration of best practices in AI. More Info

    1General Credit
  • What Attorneys Need to Know about Comic Book Publishing: A Test Drive

    Take a deep dive into the comic book publishing industry in this two-hour crash course. Presented by experienced comic book publishing attorneys, you will learn how to draft a rough outline of critical contract provisions, develop effective and industry-tailored client interview skills, and participate in mock negotiations. The course will teach you to identify and resolve potential pitfalls within publishing contracts. This CLE course will address: · Develop client intake sk... More Info

    2.25General Credits
  • AI, Fair Use, and Representing Comic Book Creators and Publishers

    Even the comic book industry has rules and the past year has seen some seismic legal changes in the industry. This CLE course will present the recent growth of the comic book industry as well as how AI-generated artwork has impacted it, both for good and for bad. The course will offer a comprehensive guide to representing comic book clients, explaining how to approach the drafting of contracts while avoiding IP pitfalls and discuss the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsm... More Info

    3General Credits
  • Trademark Basics: What Attorneys Need to Know

    Trademark protection is increasingly important in today’s fast-paced digital world. This CLE course will examine the fascinating world of federal trademark law that is critical for attorneys to know. The course will pay particular attention to issues that a non-IP lawyer in an in-house counsel role could easily miss and will explain how to identify items that qualify as trademarks, as well as the diligence required before making use of a potential mark. Infringement, domain names, the i... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Navigating the Future: Embracing AI's Impact on the Legal Profession for Lawyers with a Strategic Mindset

    ChatGPT is now a part of our everyday lives and its ability to write our papers, do our research and even pass the Uniform Bar Exam has exceeded all expectations. In fact, experts are predicting that generative AI will eventually replace practicing attorneys. This CLE course will address pressing questions such as how generative AI will change the way lawyers do business and will attorneys lose their jobs? The course will also explain the extent to which an attorney’s mindset, as well... More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • Beyond Westlaw and Lexis: Effective Internet Search Techniques for Attorneys

    This CLE course covers a wide range of topics, including compliance, business strategy, informal dispute resolution, best practices, and more. It also provides insights into preparing formal legal advice and court documents, such as memos, pleadings, motions, and briefs. Participants will also gain valuable knowledge in trial preparation, which involves examining business and individual backgrounds, related litigation, expert witness matters (prior cases, publications, research on fact... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Free Speech, Trademarks and Parody at the Crossroads: “Jack Daniels vs Bad Spaniels”

    Do you suspect someone is violating your trademark? What about your copyright or patent? Are you interested in safeguarding your invention through a patent? Is it a priority for your business to clear and register your trademark and copyright? Are you considering a licensing agreement as either a licensor or a licensee? Do you require assistance with your talent agreement? Are you interested in learning how to maximize the value of your Intellectual Property through licensing and merchandising... More Info

    2General Credits
  • BIZ BUZZ: Starting, Buying and Selling Small Businesses

    Launching, buying, selling or franchising a business requires many steps, in-depth analysis and an understanding of the various legal issues. Big Buzz covers the five different methods small entities leave or enter into a small business. This CLE course will address these methods from a variety of perspectives – that of an attorney handling more than 30 closings a year, that of an owner of both successful and failing businesses, and that of an investor in many small businesses. The cou... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Current Issues Under Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS

    A dynamic forum brings together regulators and industry practitioners, fostering discussions that encompass a wide range of current topics and valuable lessons derived from experiences with Reg BI (Regulation Best Interest) and Form CRS (Customer Relationship Summary). These exchanges of insights delve into various perspectives, exploring firm effective practices and examination experiences to gain a comprehensive understanding of these regulatory frameworks. Within this forum, regulato... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Firm Perspective on Monitoring and Protecting Against Financial Crimes

    Don't miss this session covering financial crimes from a firms' perspective. This CLE session will cover a wide range of tactics, red flags, and mitigation strategies associated with fraud, insider trading, cybersecurity, and money laundering. Key topics include: Effective practices and controls for firms to monitor, protect against, and address AML, cybersecurity, and fraudulent activities. Tips to identify potential red flags for fraud and insider trading, along with guidance on re... More Info

    1General Credit
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