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Read all the news from the AIPLA Annual Meeting

AIPLA Daily Report 168

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Managing IP was at the AIPLA Annual Meeting in Washington DC.

All three issues of the AIPLA Daily Report are now available for download on our dedicated page. You can also click on the links below to see the PDFs of each day.

Day 1: The “New Madison” plan for antitrust and SEPs, social media and false advertising law, obviousness in patent prosecution, Myra McCormack interview

Day 2: USPTO’s Iancu announces PTAB claim amendment procedure, putting the sparkle into subject matter eligibility, AI and copyright, best practice in patent licensing, trademark portfolio management, Lisa Jorgenson interview

Day 3: Judges Stoll and Chen give the view from the Federal Circuit, the scary world of cybersecurity, trade secrets litigation tips, Rogers test and speech rights, Star Athletica 18 months on, new AIPLA President Sheldon Klein interview

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