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Four Things to Know About Ethical Issues in IP Licensing
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LES Seattle Chapter Meeting

12/9/2015
When: Wednesday, December 9, 2015
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Where: Lee & Hayes, PLLC One Convention Place
701 Pike Street, 7th Floor Conference Room
Seattle, Washington  98101
United States

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DATE & TIME
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Presentation Noon - 1:00 pm

TITLE
Four Things to Know About Ethical Issues in IP Licensing

SPEAKERS
Bob Carlson, JD, Lee & Hayes, PLLC
Rachel Haller, JD, Lee & Hayes, PLLC

DESCRIPTION
In a license negotiation, will a full disclosure violate a client confidence? Will “mere puffing” cross the line into misrepresentation? This presentation will address these questions and similar ethical issues regularly encountered by licensing attorneys and professionals.

***CLE: one hour ethics credit will be applied for in Washington***

LOCATION
Lee & Hayes, PLLC
One Convention Place
701 Pike Street, 7th Floor Conference Room
Seattle, Washington 98101
The building entrance is located on Pike Street at Seventh Avenue.
The garage entrance is on Seventh Avenue between Pike Street and Union Street.

REGISTRATION
Online registration by Monday, December 7, 2015 5 pm
LES Member: $20
Non-Member: $25
Student/Underemployed: $10

Onsite registration:
LES Member: $25
Non-Member: $30
Student/Underemployed: $15

CANCELLATION POLICY
Substitutions permitted

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Bob Carlson is a registered patent attorney and partner in the Seattle office of Lee & Hayes, focusing on litigation of IP rights in federal courts and the International Trade Commission, as well as patent inter partes review. In addition to his litigation practice, Bob counsels clients on IP licensing strategies, legal opinions, and IP due diligence investigations.

Rachel Haller is a registered patent attorney in the Seattle office of Lee & Hayes. She assists clients with development of intellectual property portfolios, and drafts and prosecutes both U.S. and foreign patent applications in various areas of life sciences, e-commerce, and mobile communications.