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USLAW to host Business to Business Litigation Exchange in San Francisco, registration now open
POSTED APRIL 15, 2016
Registration is now open for the upcoming USLAW Business to Business Litigation Exchange, scheduled for June 13 – 14 at the Ritz Carlton San Francisco in San Francisco, California. The event kicks-off with an evening networking reception at SPIN Ping Pong Social Club followed by the highly interactive educational programming on June 14. There is no cost to register and in-house counsel are eligible for reimbursement of expenses. Click HERE for more information and to register.
“For companies looking to protect their brands and market share and for those looking to stay ahead of their competition, the USLAW Business to Business Litigation Exchange is a must-attend event for them,” said Roger M. Yaffe, CEO of USLAW NETWORK, Inc. “This important program will delve into trade secret identification & protection, non-competition and business tort claims relating to business and trade secrets, trademark law changes including dilution issues as well as how to enforce rights and defends against claims and much more. Attendees will receive relevant insight and core takeaways that they can implement in their own companies.”
The Exchange program follows several recent Supreme Court decisions as well as the changing landscape of business to business litigation, the role of business trade secrets, trademarks and other “non-patent” IP assets. As companies try to protect their market share, tools such as State Trade Secret Acts, the federal Lanham Act and other business statutes become even more useful as companies work to protect their brands.
Participants in the Exchange will discuss how companies can negotiate and draft employment agreements or other contracts to protect their own brands, marks, and trade secrets, as well as enforce their rights and defend against claims brought against them in the changing business tort and intellectual property litigation landscape.
The USLAW Business to Business Litigation Exchange will deliver facilitated dialogue, roundtable formats and discussion generated not just by outside counsel but also by business counterparts sharing experiences and best practices.
The event also offers an optional –and exclusive– peer-to-peer meeting for legal decision makers. This select meeting doesn’t permit any attorneys or sponsors to be in the room, just legal decision makers from among the client attendees who come together to share best practices, industry issues and other relevant topics they face in the workplace.
USLAW Business to Business Litigation Exchange