Welcome to the Intellectual Property Law Section Page
The Intellectual Property Law Section examines copyright, patent and trademark law issues, providing information to its members about a vast array of issues related to international property law.
About the Intellectual Property Law Section
Membership in the Intellectual Property Law Section provides an opportunity to network with other intellectual property law attorneys and patent agents. The section sponsors CLE programs and services, provides members with a substantive newsletter, and helps mold the NCBA's legislative agenda for presentation to the General Assembly. The section also provides roundtable discussions, luncheons, legal updates and CLE discounts. Affiliate membership is offered to patent agents.
Intellectual Property Law Section Blog
Click below to access your Intellectual Property Law Section blog. For content published before March 2017, search the newsletter archives at right.Read the Blog.
2017-2018 Outstanding Achievement Pro Bono Award
This award is intended to foster and recognize the outstanding pro bono efforts undertaken by IP Section members during the year.View More
A Name Worth Fighting For: How Naming My Band The Slants Got Me to the Supreme Court.
Simon Tam, founder and bassist of The Slants, talks frankly about the racism, legal troubles, and incredible stories about playing in the world's "first and only Asian American dance rock band." From playing inside state prisons and military bases to touring geek anime conventions, things took a surprising twist when the government started accusing him of using a racial slur.
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