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Co-sponsored by the Intellectual Property Section of the Colorado Bar Association

10th Annual Rocky Mountain

Intellectual Property & Technology Institute


LIVE: MAY 31 - JUNE 1, 2012
At the Westin Westminster Hotel 10600 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CO

INSTITUTE HIGHLIGHTS:
I KEYNOTE ADDRESS: In the Court Where I Live Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit I The Fertile Verge of the Digital Age: Intellectual Property, Litigation and the Market. Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit William Coats, Kaye Scholer, LLP Mark Lemley, Stanford University Law School & Durie Tangri, LLP Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig, LLP I IP Law and Practice As Seen From the Digital Beach Dennis Crouch, PatentlyO Blog and University of Missouri-Kansas City R. David Donoghue, Chicago IP Litigation Blog and Holland & Knight, LLP Michael Smith, Eastern District of Texas Federal Practice Blog and Siebman, Burg, Phillips & Smith, LLP Molly Kocialski, Moderator, Oracle Corporation I 2012 Patent Law Update - Mark Lemley, Stanford University Law School & Durie Tangri, LLP I 2012 Licensing Update - Jeff Dodd, Andrews Kurth, LLP I 2012 Trademark Update - David Bernstein, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP I 2012 Copyright Update - Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig, LLP I Attorney Conduct During IP Litigation, the Award of Fees, and Ethics - David Hricik, Mercer University School of Law

AND MUCH MORE Over 30 Sessions Presented by an ALL-STAR FACULTY of Leading IP Lawyers!
Submitted for 14 General Credits, including 1 Ethics Credit
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Join us on May 31 and June 1, 2012 for our 10th Anniversary of the Rocky Mountain IP Institute in Denver!
At the Westin Westminster Hotel 10600 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CO
his years Institute will provide you with new information, new ideas, new resources, and new energy! Youll leave with additional insights, knowledge, and practice tips that you can use to be a better practitioner. Youll receive materials from every session but you get to choose the sessions that are most relevant and important to you. Want to expand your knowledge base? With over 30 sessions

to choose from, this is your opportunity to learn about developments in IP and tech law. Join your colleagues from throughout the United States to learn, to renew acquaintances, meet new colleagues and potential clients, and grow your practice in 2012 and beyond.

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IP AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE 2012 PROGRAM AGENDA DAY 1 MAY 31, 2012
7:45 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast 8:50 - 9:00 AM Welcoming Remarks - Nathaniel Trelease, Program Chair, WebCredenza, Inc. - Gary Abrams, Executive Director, Colorado Bar Association CLE 9:00 - 10:00 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS: In the Court Where I Live - Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 10:00 - 11:00 AM PLENARY SESSION: The Fertile Verge of the Digital Age: Intellectual Property, Litigation and the Market. - Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit - Mark Lemley, Stanford University Law School & Chief Judge Durie Tangri, LLP Alex Kozinski - Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig, LLP - William Coats, Kaye Scholer LLP Thank you to MERCHANT & GOULD for their generous sponsorship of an iPad!

Mark Lemley

Ian Ballon

William Coats

11:00 - 11:10 AM Networking and Refreshment Break Sponsored by KILPATRICK TOWNSEND & STOCKTON LLP
DAY 1 TRACKS BEGIN: PLEASE SELECT THE TRACK YOU WISH TO ATTEND ON THE REGISTRATION FORM TRACK A: PATENT Moderated by Wayne Stacy TRACK B: TRADEMARKS/ COPYRIGHTS/TRADE SECRETS Moderated by Andrea Anderson TRACK C: LICENSING/ TRANSACTIONAL Moderated by John Ritsick TRACK D: IN-HOUSE Moderated by Molly Kocialski

TRACK TIMES:

11:10 AM - 12:00 PM

2012 Patent Law Update


What the America Invents Act has wrought Developments in the Supreme Court Comprehensive review of Federal Circuit case law in the past 12 months - Mark Lemley, Stanford University Law School & Durie Tangri, LLP

Copyright Terminations Not Just a Show Biz Problem


Brief review of copyright basics: creation, authorship, ownership, and registration of copyrights Original works of authorship in nonentertainment businesses Copyright terminations: background, purpose, illustrations; statutory framework; logistics; exceptions Recommendations - Ian Saffer, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP - Viva Moffat, University of Denver Sturm College of Law - Dave Ratner, Replin Rhoades & Ratner, LLC

2012 Licensing Update


Most important cases decided during 2010 and 2011 affecting licensing Transactions and litigation Trends and new developments that will affect IP practitioners How to address new developments in drafting and litigating licenses - Jeff Dodd, Andrews Kurth, LLP

IP Budgeting for MiddleMarket Companies


How to design reliable budgets Accurate accounting for litigation costs How to negotiate good deals with outside counsel - Jeffrey Thurnau, Gates Corporation - Christine B. Amrhein, ADA-ES, Inc.

12:00 - 1:15 PM

Networking Lunch 50 breakout sessions, 80 speakers, 14 CLE credits, 3 bloggers, 1 Federal Chief Judge and ... 75 minutes of free time for lunch and to reconnect with your colleagues? PRICELESS. Youve earned it, ENJOY! Brought to you by the kind folks at FAEGRE BAKER DANIELS, LLP!
The CO Bar IP Section will give a SHORT update and introduction of the new IP Section Secretary/Treasurer Lunch is included with your registration. You must indicate on the registration form if you plan to attend.

DAY 1 TRACKS CONTINUE: PLEASE SELECT THE TRACK YOU WISH TO ATTEND ON THE REGISTRATION FORM TRACK A: PATENT Moderated by Wayne Stacy TRACK B: TRADEMARKS/ COPYRIGHTS/TRADE SECRETS Moderated by Andrea Anderson TRACK C: LICENSING/ TRANSACTIONAL Moderated by John Ritsick TRACK D: IN-HOUSE Moderated by Molly Kocialski

TRACK TIMES:

1:15 - 2:05 PM

Fast Lane Prosecution: Allowance in One Year


Strategies for quick patenting AIA's prioritized examination Patent prosecution highway Accelerated examination First office action interview pilot program - Thomas Franklin, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP - Dion Messer, Limelight Networks

2012 Trademark Update


Contributory liability in the courts The perils of being naked (at least with licensing) The use and abuse of surveys in trademark and false advertising cases Coast to coast cases on the aesthetic functionality defense The expanding impact of eBay v. MercExchange in Lanham Act cases - David Bernstein, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP

Licensing Issues in Major Corporate Transactions, Including M&A


Major licensing due diligence issues in M&A Specific licensing issues in operative M&A agreements Best practices for losing value in transactions - Jeff Dodd, Andrews Kurth, LLP - Timothy Pfeifer, Cherwell Software, Inc.

Finding Insurance Coverage for IP Issues The Needle & the Haystack
Current CGL insurance forms and the risk they do not cover patent, trademark and copyright infringement Availability of specialty IP techoriented insurance products Insurance strategies for mitigating specific risks associated with a product or service - George Lewis, Merchant & Gould, PC - Sara Scott,Lockton Companies,LLC

2:05 - 2:20 PM 2:20 - 3:10 PM

Networking and Refreshment Break Sponsored by KILPATRICK TOWNSEND & STOCKTON LLP Joint and Divided Infringement
Induced infringement after Global-Tech AKAMAI in the Limelight Indirect infringement harder to prove? - William Coats, Kaye Scholer LLP

2012 Copyright Update UMG v. Veoh, Viacom v. YouTube


and other significant DMCA cases Due Process case law and new angles on copyright damages Cloud provider and mobile liability for user conduct and content Compare and contrast: secondary copyright, patent, trademark and CDA liability and exemptions Update on the latest software and Internet copyright cases and trends - Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Contracting in the Cloud


How cloud computing is different from SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS Framework of cloud computing legal issues Special contract issues raised by cloud computer arrangements - Peter Kinsella, Perkins Coie, LLP

Patent Pools
How patents affect industry and everyday people the good, the bad and the ugly When and how to form a patent pool How to ensure you have the patents and contractual rights necessary to create a patent pool - Jud Cary, CableLabs - Dorothy Raymond, Raymond Law Offices

3:10 - 4:00 PM

Damages in Patent Litigation Overview of Uniloc v. Microsoft


New(er) types of damages proof in patent cases Practical tips and strategies for the damages expert - Lee Johnston, Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

2012 Trade Secret Update


Review of major trade secrets cases in the last year Impact of trade secret developments on your practice Analysis of forthcoming decisions and trends in trade secrets - Douglas Sawyer, Perkins Coie, LLP

Preparing for the Big Event Maximizing Portfolio Value in a Major Financing Transaction, Merger or Acquisition
Identifying corporate structure and ownership issues Conducting an IP audit & inventory Evaluation of potential for development of new IP Identification and documentation of processes for protecting IP and realizing value - Daniel Jablonsky, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP - John Mulgrew, Microsoft Corporation - Doug Robinson, St. Charles Capital

Putting a Contract Management System in Place


Advantages of moving to a contract management system Challenges of moving to a contract management system What to be prepared for if your company implements a contract management system - Robert Albery, Gates Corporation - Cassandra Fava, Cricket Communications

4:00 PM

IP Institute Wine Tasting Sponsored by COOLEY LLP Take this time to network with distinguished faculty and colleagues!
Please indicate on the registration form if you plan to attend the wine tasting reception.

IP AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE 2012 PROGRAM AGENDA DAY 2 JUNE 1, 2012


8:00 AM 9:00 - 10:30 AM Registration Open PLENARY SESSION: IP Law and Practice As Seen From the Digital Beach What does it take to blog? How do you get information and decide what and when to publish? What trends have you observed in patent law past and future? Moderator: R. David - Molly Kocialski, Oracle Corporation Dennis Crouch Donoghue Panelists: - Dennis Crouch, PatentlyO Blog and University of Missouri-Kansas City - R. David Donoghue, Chicago IP Litigation Blog and Holland & Knight, LLP - Michael Smith, Eastern District of Texas Federal Practice Blog and Siebman, Burg, Phillips & Smith, LLP Networking and Refreshment Break

Michael Smith

10:30 - 10:45 AM

Sponsored by PERKINS COIE, LLP

DAY 2 TRACKS BEGIN: PLEASE SELECT THE TRACK YOU WISH TO ATTEND ON THE REGISTRATION FORM TRACK A: PATENT Moderated by Tim Scull TRACK B: TRADEMARKS/ COPYRIGHTS/TRADE SECRETS Moderated by Carolyn Juarez TRACK C: LICENSING/ TRANSACTIONAL Moderated by Natalie Hanlon-Leh TRACK D: ENTREPRENEURS Moderated by Paul Gross

TRACK TIMES:

10:45 - 11:35 AM

Indirect Infringement
Are opinions necessary? How to avoid instructing your customers to infringe How do you know your customer is going to infringe? - Heidi Keefe, Cooley LLP

Taming the Dragon: IP Strategies in China


Brief overview of Chinas IP framework and innovation policies Protecting U.S. intellectual property in China IP considerations for entering the Chinese market Challenges and practical tips for navigating the cultural divide - Nina Wang, Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP

TRANSACTIONAL TOOLKIT FOR IP LAWYERS:


25 minutes each

Building Valuable Brands


Developing protectable and meaningful brands The basics of trademark and false advertising law Protecting your valuable brands Right of publicity and celebrity issues International aspects of branding - Andrew Hartman, Gross Hartman LLC - Nick Budor, Rally Software

Understanding IP Valuation in Transactions - Ronald Seigneur, Seigneur Gustafson LLP Secured Interests in Intellectual Property - William Holland, Bryan Cave HRO Major Tax Planning Issues for IP - David Strong, Morrison & Foerster LLP Bankruptcy Considerations with IP Assets - Christopher Mirick, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

11:35 AM - 12:30 PM

Prosecution on a Shoestring Maximizing Coverage, Minimizing Costs


Strategies for advising clients on creative options Understanding your clients business and future plans: including what they arent telling you Designing an effective, yet cost conscious portfolio - Joseph Kovarik, Sheridan Ross, PC

Protecting Your Corporate Identity Online Learn From Companies on the Frontlines
Identifying and protecting against risks to your brand Tackling rogue websites and online sales of counterfeit goods Domain name enforcement, including in the new tld space Addressing keyword ad abuse Best practices for social media enforcement - Tiki Dare, Oracle Corporation - Tim Jezek, Hughes Network Systems, LLC - Michael Wu, Rosetta Stone, Inc. - Andrea Cannon, AnheuserBusch Companies, LLC

Where Do IP Contracts Go Wrong Avoiding Litigation


Avoiding litigation: practical considerations in contract negotiation and drafting to avoid disputes and to maximize leverage if a dispute occurs Post contract actions, communications and documentation What to expect when a contract dispute arises Recent developments under Colorado law - Steve DuPont, Gross Hartman LLC - William Leone, Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP

12:30 - 1:45 PM
Lunch is included with your registration. You must indicate on the registration form if you plan to attend.

PLENARY SESSION LUNCH Sponsored by HOLLAND & HART, LLP Patently Persuasive: Reaching Todays Jurors (Presentation: 12:55 - 1:45 PM) Making savvy jury decision making in intellectual property litigation Review of data from thousands of mock jurors and dozens of arbitrators and federal judges across the country How to persuasively address the ways your decision makers perceive the key issues, process evidence and argument through their own human biases How to make better decisions in intellectual property lawsuits - Dr. Kevin Boully and Dr. Karen Lisko, Persuasion Strategies

Dr. Kevin Boully

Dr. Karen Lisko

DAY 2 TRACKS CONTINUE: PLEASE SELECT THE TRACK YOU WISH TO ATTEND ON THE REGISTRATION FORM TRACK A: PATENT Moderated by Tim Scull TRACK B: TRADEMARKS/ COPYRIGHTS/TRADE SECRETS Moderated by Carolyn Juarez TRACK C: LICENSING/ TRANSACTIONAL Moderated by Natalie Hanlon-Leh TRACK D: ENTREPRENEURS Moderated by Paul Gross

TRACK TIMES:

1:45 - 2:35 PM

Reexaminations & Other Post-Grant Reviews


What are the new postgrant review regulations Strategies for using experts in a re-exam Insiders view of what Examining Corps are seeking - Christopher Eide, Morrison & Foerster, LLP - Lissi Mojica, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner

Green & Healthy! Best Practices in Green Advertising and Making Health-Benefit Claims
How do I make truthful and nonmisleading environmental claims? What are the dos and donts in using seals and certifications? Can I say my product is natural or organic? Can I say my product is antibacterial? What evidence is necessary to make a health benefit claim? - Marc Levy, Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP - Leslie Fair, Federal Trade Commission

IP Issues: New and Departing Employees


Meet Bob. Meet Bobs TRO. Developing a response plan to a claim involving your new hire Thanks for your hard work. Give me that jump drive. Protecting IP and preventing litigation when a key employee quits Fun with Forensics. What you need to know about hash tags and electronic data in misappropriation litigation - William Kelly, III, Kelly, Stacy & Rita, LLP - Christina Allyn, InfoPrint Solutions, Inc.

Making Smart Investments in IP


Why invest in IP; What is a competitive advantage and how does IP play a role; What type of IP should I invest in How does IP play a role in exit strategy IP and Cash: How do I stretch my budget while preserving my rights Domestic vs. Foreign; When does it make sense to seek foreign protection - Michael Martensen, Martensen IP - Jason Mendelson, Foundry Group - Aaron Brodsky, Oracle Corporation

2:35 - 3:05 PM

ROCKY MOUNTAIN IP 10TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY! Sponsored by PERKINS COIE, LLP Ten years later, the IP Institute has become a fixture of IP law in the West. Please join us on this anniversary for a festive celebration of you and how youve helped make the Institute.
International Prosecution
Considerations for claim strategies outside the US Pros and cons of various search authorities Additional foreign considerations based on the AIA - Andrew Jagenow, Merchant & Gould, PC - Marianne Timm-Schreiber, Merchant & Gould, PC

3:05 - 4:00 PM

Privacy and Data Security


US privacy landscape and the proposals for regulation in the Commerce Dept. White Paper on Commercial Data Privacy and Innovation in the Internet Economy Collecting data on-line a look at changes to the FTC Dot Com Disclosure guidelines and The Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Overview of European privacy law and the impact of the EU cookie directive on US based business - Elizabeth Harding, Holland & Hart, LLP - Elizabeth Magnuson, Oracle Corporation

What to Do When the Troll Seeks Toll


Options for responding to the demand letter Legal and practical strategic considerations Choosing the appropriate venue Declaratory Judgment Reputation in the industry Does the AIA provide any strategic advantages for defendants? - Gregory Durbin, Polsinelli Shughart, PC

Outsourcing the Software Development Process


Business and operational issues: ensuring the development project is on time, confirming the work is meeting specifications, and the specter of IP theft Tips on negotiating and structuring legal terms such as limiting your liability, obtaining meaningful remedies, and structuring a sensible dispute resolution clause Stories of the successful as well as the not-so-successful outsourcing relationship - Matt McKinney, Stack McKinney Law Group - Kevin Cawley, LinkSmart - Jason Kiefer, Pixoto

4:00 - 4:50 PM 1 ETHICS CREDIT

PLENARY SESSION Thank you to MERCHANT & GOULD for their generous sponsorship of an iPad! Attorney Conduct During IP Litigation, the Award of Fees, and Ethics Types of behavior that will get you sanctioned how far is too far? Whats required for the award of attorneys fees? What are the practical consequences of being sanctioned? - David Hricik, Mercer University School of Law
David Hricik

4:50 PM

Adjourn

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS The Institute is being held at the Westin Westminster Hotel, 10600 Westminster Blvd., Westminster, CO 80020
CBA-CLE has reserved a small block of rooms for attendees of the Institute at the Westin Westminster Hotel in Westminster, Colorado. Room rates start at $139 plus applicable taxes. Rooms are being held at the group rate until May 12, 2012. After May 12, 2012, rates are subject to prevailing rates and availability. To make your reservation, please call 1-888-627-8448.

In order to receive the group room rate, please indicate that you are an attendee of the Colorado Bar Association Intellectual Property Institute.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2012 INSTITUTE SPONSORS:


PLATINUM LEVEL:

PLANNING COMMITTEE AND FACULTY:


PLANNING COMMITTEE:
Nathaniel T. Trelease Program Chair WebCredenza, Inc. Denver, CO Molly Kocialski Oracle Corporation Broomfield, CO Wayne Stacy Cooley LLP Broomfield, CO Natalie Hanlon-Leh Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Denver/Boulder, CO Tim Scull Merchant & Gould PC Denver, CO John Ritsick Sage Law Group, LLP Denver, CO Andrea Anderson Holland & Hart LLP Denver, CO Carolyn Juarez Cooley LLP Broomfield, CO Paul Gross Gross Hartman LLC Boulder, CO Andrea Cannon Anheuser-Busch Companies, LLC St. Louis, MO Jud Cary CableLabs Denver, CO Kevin Cawley Head of Technology LinkSmart Boulder, CO William Coats Kaye Scholer LLP Palo Alto, CA Dennis Crouch University of MissouriKansas City PatentlyO Blog Columbia, MO Tiki Dare Oracle Corporation Redwood Shores, CA Jeff C. Dodd Andrews Kurth LLP Houston/Austin, TX R. David Donoghue Holland & Knight, LLP Chicago IP Litigation Blog Chicago, IL Steve DuPont Gross Hartman LLC Boulder, CO Gregory Durbin Polsinelli Shughart PC Denver, CO Christopher Eide Morrison & Foerster, LLP Palo Alto, CA Leslie Fair Federal Trade Commission Washington, DC Cassandra Fava Cricket Communications Denver, CO Thomas Franklin Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP Denver, CO Elizabeth Harding Holland & Hart, LLP Boulder, CO Andrew Hartman Gross Hartman LLC Boulder, CO William C. Holland Bryan Cave HRO Denver, CO David Hricik Mercer University School of Law Macon, GA Daniel Jablonsky Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP Denver, CO Andrew Jagenow Merchant & Gould, PC Denver, CO Tim Jezek Senior IP Counsel Hughes Network Systems, LLC Germantown, MD Lee F. Johnston Dorsey & Whitney LLP Denver, CO Heidi Keefe Cooley LLP Palo Alto, CA William Kelly, III Kelly, Stacy & Rita, LLP Denver, CO Jason Kiefer CEO Pixoto Boulder, CO Peter J. Kinsella Perkins Coie, LLP Denver, CO Joseph Kovarik Sheridan Ross, PC Denver, CO Mark Lemley Stanford School of Law Palo Alto, CA Durie Tangri LLP San Francisco, CA William Leone Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP Denver, CO Marc Levy Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP Denver, CO George C. Lewis Merchant & Gould PC Denver, CO Dr. Karen Lisko Persuasion Strategies Denver, CO Elizabeth M. Magnuson Oracle Corporation Broomfield, CO Michael Martensen Martensen IP Colorado Springs, CO Matt McKinney Principal Stack McKinney Law Group Boulder, CO Jason Mendelson Foundry Group Boulder, CO Dion Messer Limelight Networks Tempe, AZ Christopher R. Mirick Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP New York, NY Viva Moffat University of Denver Sturm College of Law Denver, CO Lissi Mojica Schwegman Lundberg Woessner Minneapolis, MN John Mulgrew Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA Timothy Pfeifer Cherwell Software, Inc. Colorado Springs, CO Dave Ratner Replin Rhoades & Ratner, LLC Denver, CO Dorothy Raymond Raymond Law Offices Loveland, CO Doug Robinson St. Charles Capital Denver, CO Ian Saffer Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP Denver, CO Douglas Sawyer Perkins Coie, LLP Denver, CO Sara Scott Lockton Companies, LLC Denver, CO Ronald Seigneur Seigneur Gustafson LLP Lakewood, CO Michael Smith Siebman, Burg, Phillips & Smith, LLP E.D. of Tx Federal Practice Blog Marshall, TX David Strong Morrison & Foerster LLP Denver, CO Jeffrey Thurnau Gates Corporation Denver, CO Marianne Timm-Schreiber Merchant & Gould, PC Denver, CO Nina Wang Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP Denver, CO Michael Wu Rosetta Stone, Inc. Arlington, VA

GOLD LEVEL:

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Chief Judge Alex Kozinski US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit San Francisco, CA

FACULTY:
Robert Albery Gates Corporation Denver, CO Christina Allyn InfoPrint Solutions, Inc. Denver, CO Christine B. Amrhein ADA-ES, Inc. Littleton, CO Ian C. Ballon Greenberg Traurig, LLP Los Angeles/Palo Alto, CA David Bernstein Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP New York, NY Dr. Kevin Boully Persuasion Strategies Denver, CO

SILVER LEVEL:

BRONZE LEVEL:

Aaron Brodsky Oracle Corporation Broomfield, CO Nick Budor Rally Software Boulder, CO

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