Nevada CLE - Intellectual Property Courses

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  • Obtaining Discovery from Online Service Providers

    Online misconduct is on the rise and with it the claims against such behavior. This CLE course will explain how to pursue claims of misconduct including acquiring relevant information from service providers, the type of information to look for and perhaps most importantly, the time you have to obtain such information on behalf of a client. The course will delve into the way document retention policies have been altered by digital information and what to do when a litigant hasn’t preser... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Preventing Your Worst Tech Nightmare: Protecting Your Firm and Clients from Cybercriminals

    Cyberattacks are on the rise and everyone is at risk. This CLE course will present a comprehensive plan for preventing cyberattacks and protecting your firm’s technology. The course will cover everything from an attorney’s ethical obligations with regards to technological competence to the cybersecurity myths that can invite harm. You will receive practical, concrete strategies to secure your practice against cybercrime as well as the leadership skills to create a culture of security-f... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Drafting Comic Book Contracts: A Practical Guide

    Comic book agreements include unique provisions. This CLE course will ask participants to develop a rough draft of initial of key comic book agreement provisions, to engage in a mock client interview and negotiations with exercises specifically designed for the comic book industry. Attendees will then be led to issue-spot common problems in publishing contracts. With guidance from seasoned comic book publishing attorneys, attendees will get to practice a full range of necessary skills... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Hero-at-Law: The Law and Practice of Representing Comic Book Creators and Publishers

    The past two years has seen important changes in the comic books industry. This CLE course will present the new areas of litigation and transactional work that have developed as well as offer an overview of the fundamentals of representing comic book industry clients. The course will also address the pros and cons of AI-generated works and present a series of new cases which have had a dramatic impact on comic book and graphic novel publishers and their attorneys. More Info

    $55
    2.5General Credits
  • A Primer on Trademarks: What Every Practitioner Needs to Know

    Trademark registration and protection is increasingly important in today’s digital world. This CLE course will cover all the basics of trademark registration and protection including providing an understanding of what constitutes a trademark and the different types. Trademarks that are able to be registered, as well the benefits of registration and the registration process will be reviewed. Types of infringement and strategies for preventing infringement as well as available re... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • What You and Your Clients Need to Know About the USPTO’s Post-Registration Audit

    Deadwood refers to registration for marks that are not in use in commerce. Over the past few years, removing this deadwood from the Trademark Register has become an important priority for the USPTO. In recent years they instituted a permanent post-registration audit program requiring trademark registration filing a Declaration of Use to submit proof of use for two additional items in each class beyond the product for which a specimen was submitted. This CLE course will explain the post... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Protecting Your Intellectual Property and Valuable Data Through the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

    How prepared are you to bring a civil action under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act? This CLE will offer an assessment of how to prepare to bring a civil action, the statute’s scope and its legal requirements. The course will also review the Supreme Court’s recent interpretation of this stature in Van Buren v. US as well as alternative causes of action you can take to protect your data from company insiders. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Metaverse Law: Intro to ARVR, Issues, IP Ownerships, Monetization, Cyber Currency, and Licensing

    This CLE course will address the incredible breadth of tech law in the Metaverse, which still remains largely unregulated. The course will offer a review of the basic terminology – using terms everyone can understand – as well as how regulatory and statutory laws may apply to the Metaverse, how it polices itself and how it is monetized. The course will also delve into blockchain and security, intellectual property, cryptocurrency and other related issues with regards to funding... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • From NFTs to Andy Warhol to New Legislation: Current Developments in Copyright Law

    Presented by seasoned intellectual property attorneys, this CLE course will address NFT’s as they relate to copyright law. This CLE course will explain what NFT’s do with reference to the Warhol case in the Supreme Court and how it impacts fair use. The course will also address the potential circuit split in embedding cases, copyright termination, and what are the likely outcomes in various case law and upcoming legislation. More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • An Attempt To Make Sense Of The Nonsensical: Patent-Eligibility (35 U.S.C. § 101)

    Patent-eligible inventions are typically a complex topic, one that 35 U.S.C. § 101 seems to make simple. Yet the US Supreme Court created a subjective two-part test as well as judicial exceptions, which complicated matters significantly. Struggling to apply the two-part test consistently, courts have continued to use the test for the purpose of invalidating patent claims at the motion to dismiss state, without a requirement for the challenger to present evidence of invalidity.... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
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