The UIC John Marshall Law School Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law Hosts Virtual Conference with Welcome Remarks and Moderating by Christopher V. Carani
The conference “Intersections in Intellectual Property: Trends, Policies, and Strategies” is a one-day, comprehensive CLE program that brings together seasoned experts to share their insights on key intersections – data privacy and antitrust, health and social justice, and functionality and infringement in copyright, trademark, and design law, as well as legal issues arising from the Supreme Court case of Google v. Oracle.
Speakers include representatives from the U.S. government, industry, practice, academic, and other organizations. Chris will offer opening remarks and moderate the session on Functionality: Designs, Trade Dress, & Copyright. Learn more here.