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It’s finally here!  Tomorrow kicks off the 2-day Institute packed full of Patent, Trademark, Copyright, and E-Commerce content.  Attendees will hear about trends in the law, industry, and practice, with senior federal judges and in-house counsel from innovative Silcone Valley companies, and practice leaders nationwide.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.  If you have questions, please contact us at 303.860.0608.

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Judge Kristen Mix

Ethics and Negotiations at the 2013 IP Institute with Judge Kristen Mix!

Our friend David Hricik is on sabbatical while he clerks for Chief Judge Rader and is unable to join us for his annual ethics presentation.  But Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix with the United States District Court for the District of Colorado will join the irrepressible Molly Kocialski to discuss attorney ethics in negotiations – in settlement negotiations and in transactional negotiations.  What can you say before you trip over from “puffing” into misrepresentation?  Judge Mix and Molly will tell us more.

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Judicial Panel: So You Want a Jury to Decide Your Technology Case?

May 10, 2013

Chief Judge Marcia Krieger, US District Court for the District of Colorado; Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet, US District Court for the District of Delaware; Judge Paul S. Grewal, US District Court for the Northern District of California; and Judge Craig Shaffer, US District Court for the District of Colorado, will kick off the 2013 IP [...]

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The Marriage of Experience and Data – How Data Mining is Changing the IP Landscape

May 3, 2013

IP attorneys may have relied solely on judgment and experience in the past when litigating cases, but in recent years they have other tools at their disposal.  One example is Lex Machina— a company that spun out of a Stanford University Law School and Computer Science Department project called the IP Litigation Clearinghouse (IPLC).  Founded [...]

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Quick Hits – Back by Popular Demand

May 2, 2013

Last year, the addition of the innovative “Quick Hits,” shorter presentations on important topics, was very popular.  The feedback was that the shorter presentations briefed attendees on interesting topics, but didn’t necessarily warrant a longer presentation.  For the 2013 Institute, by including these “Quick Hits” across all tracks, we hope to provide a greater opportunity [...]

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April 26, 2013

A nice recognition for Michael Drapkin, one of the 2013 IP Institute speakers!  Drapkin, an intellectual property attorney with Holland & Hart, was awarded a Distinguished Service Medal by the Honorable Richard Linn of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit for his work forming the Colorado Intellectual Property (IP) American Inn of [...]

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Get a Preview of the 2013 Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute!

April 11, 2013

Our motivated and creative planning committee give a preview of the upcoming 2013 Intellectual Property & Technology Institute.  Get a quick video update on the exciting topics and speakers we have planned for this year! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUDM2V2i4dI

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David Donoghue: Should You Get an Opinion Letter for Indirect Infringement?

August 7, 2012

This post originally appeared here on July 10, 2012, and is reposted here with the author’s permission. I recently attended and spoke at the Rocky Mountain IP Institute in Denver.  It was the second year in a row I have attended and spoken at the Institute.  In my opinion, the Rocky Mountain IP Institute is [...]

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David Donoghue: Reasonable Royalty Law Update

July 17, 2012

  This post originally appeared here on July 3, 2012, and is reposted here with the author’s permission. I recently attended and spoke at the Rocky Mountain IP Institute in Denver.  It was the second year in a row I have attended and spoken at the Institute.  In my opinion, the Rocky Mountain IP Institute [...]

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David Donoghue: Divided Infringement, Waiting for McKesson & Akamai

June 28, 2012

This post focuses upon William Sloan Coates’ presentation on the status of divided patent infringement. This is an important issue for retailers facing patent troll suits because internet-based litigations routinely have joint and divided infringement issues where an end-user or vendor are required to complete each element of a claim.

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