Catch Me [In D.C.] if You Can

For those of you interested in a raucous time, and wishing to see me live and in person but can’t afford to attend ABA Techshow discuss intellectual property law, and you live in the Washington D.C. area, I’ll be making a stop at the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law’s Spring conference in Arlington, VA, on April 3.

ABA IPL Spring

I’m joining the ABA’s greatest minds, Carolyn Elefant and Tom Mighell, for a session discussing tablets and intellectual property in the “Skills Academy.” Here’s a description:

The ABA-IPL Skills Academy is designed for introducing all IP lawyers to the necessary, practical and sometimes overlooked skills needed to be an efficient IP lawyer in any setting. The first in the series will focus on using various tablet technologies for improving your practice. The presentation will focus on how to execute many tasks of an IP lawyer on your tablet computer (iPad, Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy and Surface-Windows 8), Topics will also include presenting a CLE presentation, retainers, best apps to use, data security and other best practices. This program is intended to be an “ask anything” discussion on a variety of technology topics from the simplest of tasks to the more complicated processes. An interactive component will also be included, so all participants are encouraged to bring their tablets.

I’m sure our presentation will be something close to that . . . Or maybe just a lot of playing around with apps, tablets, and other devices.

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Jeff Taylor

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