Shannon Smith was a presenter at the American Inn of Court Judge’s Panel. Eastern District of Michigan Judges Terrence Berg, Robert Cleland, David Lawson, Laurie Michelson, Stephen Murphy, and Denise Page Hood all participated in the event.
Reising Shareholder Scott Hogan recently spoke to the Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association about developments in functional claiming since the Federal Circuit’s 2015 en banc opinion in Williamson v. Citrix Online. His talk was based on an earlier article co-authored by fellow Reising attorney James Stevens Jr. and offered advice to patent practitioners on avoiding […]
Corey Beaubien and Scott Hogan teamed-up to lead a boardroom session about the future of IP in the automotive industry. The session was part of the virtual event IPBC Connect, hosted by IAM.
Steve Permut spoke at a lunch hosted by the Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association (MIPLA) where he discussed “Failed Trademarks that Enhance the English Language.” He identified famous marks that became generic, such as ASPIRIN and ESCALATOR, as well as current legal issues that owners of famous trademarks face.
Corey Beaubien and Scott Hogan teamed up to lead a boardroom session about the future of IP in the automotive industry. The session was part of the virtual event IPBC Connect, hosted by IAM.
Shannon Smith was a speaker at the Auto IP Connect 2021 Conference, which featured representatives from the world’s leading OEMs, high tech innovators, industry disrupters, and tier suppliers to share best practices and leading IP strategies for the future of automobility. Information regarding the event can be found here: https://lnkd.in/ePUCs-b
James Stevens, Corey Beaubien, Jeffrey Doyle, Colin Cicotte, Michael Druzinski, William Francis, and Shannon Smith attended the 2019 Autolex: Autonomous Vehicle Legal Forum at the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit. James Stevens led a panel on IP considerations with autonomous vehicle technologies.
Steve Walmsley spoke about the benefits of inventing and participating in the Young Inventors Project
In January, Steve Walmsley spoke to several hundred middle school students, parents, and educators about the benefits of inventing and participating in the Young Inventors Project coordinated by the Livonia Chamber of Commerce, Alpha USA, and Schoolcraft College, in conjunction with the Livonia, Clarenceville, Wayne-Westland, and Garden City schools. Now in its fifth year, over […]
Eric Jones traveled to Dallas, Texas and lectured on international patent enforcement to a graduate engineering class at Southern Methodist University’s Lyle School of Engineering.