Tag Archives: Inhouse Counsel

Legal Ethics for In-House Attorneys Handling Copyright, Trademark & Advertising Matters

Ethical duties are paramount in any legal practice. Matters relating to copyright, trademark and advertising law give rise to some special ethical considerations. Even unintentional missteps can be detrimental to the attorney, and their client.

In this 60-minute webinar, designed for in-house counsel, we discussed how to identify and address ethical issues to guard against potentially irreversible consequences.

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  • Oaths filed with the Patent and Trademark Office,…
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WEBINAR: Top IP Cases in 2021 In-House Counsel Need to Know

Who said there’s no looking back? It is crucial to consider key takeaways from the most important IP cases from 2021 when planning for 2022. Foley Hoag presented a 60-minute webinar on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, offering guidance on what we learned last year and what to prepare for in the new year.

Our speakers focused on developments in trademark, copyright, patent and trade secret law.



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WEBINAR: Copyright Basics for the Generalist In House Counsel

What does the generalist in-house counsel need to know about copyright? While patents and trademarks often receive the lion’s share of an organization’s intellectual property focus, copyrights comprise a critical third prong to a healthy overarching IP strategy – even for companies whose products and services involve little or no content creation.

Foley Hoag LLP presented a webinar offering guidance for in-house counsel regarding copyright law, including the basics of U.S.… More