**REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN**
The Trademark Modernization Act brings several important changes to the Lanham Act, including the presumption of irreparable harm as well as new mechanisms to expedite the registration process and challenge registrations. In this discussion, Daniel Kadin (Lathrop GPM LLP) will explore these changes and their policy implications with Amy Cotton, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Trademark Examination Policy at the USPTO, and discuss best practices for trademark prosecutors and litigators with Jennifer Debrow (Lathrop GPM LLP) and Meg Levin (ADP, Inc.).
LAIPLA will be providing this session virtually. Access information and any MCLE materials will be sent out on March 15, 2021.
Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association (provider # 2083) certifies that the Annual Meeting and Patent program has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hours.
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