***Registration is now closed. If you need help with late registering, please email CLE@tnbar.org. There will also be walk-in forms available at the venue.***
As the world of artificial intelligence rapidly takes shape, what about the resulting impact on innovation, authorship, and the broader landscape of intellectual property law? Courts, attorneys, inventors, artists, and brand owners are now regularly being confronted with new problems, issues, and strategies driven by AI on both the IP protection and enforcement fronts, and that trend will likely explode in the coming years. Join us at the 2023 TBA IP Law Forum on April 28 to learn about effective patent prosecution strategies related to AI as well as the role of AI and Web 3.0 in copyright and trademark disputes. The four total hours of programming will also include 1.0 hour of dual credit on IP-related ethical issues.
NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR:
We are planning an evening networking reception in Nashville on April 27 from 5-7pm CT. Folks who registered to attend the CLE are welcome to attend as well as any TBA IP Section members. TBA IP section members should complete this RSVP form to let us know that you plan to attend. Folks who registered to attend the CLE do not need to complete the RSVP and will receive an email with event details.
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.