Intellectual Property Law
New Matter SUMMER 2022, VOLUME 47, EDITION 2
- 2022 New Matter Author Submission Guidelines
- Becoming More Like California? a Potential National Movement Towards Restricting the Use of Non-competes
- Copyright Commons
- Federal Circuit Column
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECTION Executive Committee 2021-2022
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECTION Interest Group Representatives 2021-2022
- Intellectual Property Section New Matter Editorial Board
- Larry G. Junker V. Medical Components, and Martech Medical Products, Inc.
- Letter From the Editor-in-chief
- My Ai Did It: Intermediary Liability For Ai?
- Ninth Circuit Report
- Online Cle For Participatory Credit
- Quarterly International Ip Law Update
- Russia Permits Uncompensated Use of Certain Patents and Future of Russian Patents
- Table of Contents
- The California Lawyers Association Intellectual Property Alumni
- THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN UNICOLORS, INC. V. H&M HENNES & MAURITZ, L.P. ELIMINATES A TRAP FOR UNWARY COPYRIGHT APPLICANTS
- Trade Secret Report
- Ttab Decisions and Developments
- What's Happening In Russia—Should Ip Rightsholders Be Concerned?
- Letter From the Chair
LETTER FROM THE CHAIR
Johnson & Johnson Surgical Vision, Inc.
At this juncture in a typical year, I would have been reporting on one or more of our in-person events. Nothing about 2022 is typical, however.
Although we have not had the chance to host an in-person program in the earlier part of this year, our section has been actively producing and presenting high-quality online educational webinars and materials for your continuing education needs. Plans are underway to further supplement our online offerings with a special Nuts-&-Bolts series of webinars for new attorneys and less seasoned practitioners. You can find more information about upcoming programs and replays at our website, https://calawyers.org/section/intellectual-property-law/.