A great inventor once said, “Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” Dr. Emmett Brown’s statement has never been truer. The past year’s pandemic has led to increasing reliance on technology for interactions with others. For attorneys, this has meant a transition to not just working from home but also to taking depositions and attending hearings over videoconference. For inventors and artists, this has meant newfound profitability in emerging technologies, from invention by artificial intelligence to auctioning artwork as non-fungible tokens. Over two separate days, April 15 and April 22, this live virtual program will examine the effects of this technological evolution by examining developments in the law of patentable subject matter, local patent rules and venue, ethical obligations in a virtual world, the IP of NFTs, the Trademark Modernization Act, and copyright protection for useful articles.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: DAY 1 (April 15)
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: DAY 2 (April 22)
In an effort to provide flexibility for attendees, the TBA is offering various registration options:
FORMAT & HOW TO JOIN:
This virtual event will be live on Zoom. This program is intended for those who can watch it live. If you are unable to attend this live program, recordings of the sessions will be made available to purchase in the course catalog at a later date. Attendees will be able to ask questions through the chat feature. The email associated with your TBA CLE account will be the email that receives the link to join the Zoom Webinar. Since this is a live virtual program, it will begin promptly at 12:45 p.m. CT on both Thursday, April 15 and Thursday, April 22.
Please Note: You must register for this event prior to 11 a.m. CT on Thursday, April 15 to receive the link to join the Zoom Webinar. If you need help registering late, please email CLE@tnbar.org.
SAVE MONEY: Use the prepaid CLE credits that come with your TBA Complete Membership.
This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please contact TBA for Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama credit.