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CIPLA MARCH 26, 2019 Meeting
Attorney Andrew Williams of Wolf, Greenfield and Sacks, P.C. presents on: What Ever Happened to the Patent Troll Problem? - The Past and Future of Patent Reform Legislation -- In 2013, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3309, the Innovation Act, to help curb the perceived patent troll problem.  Even though this legislation was never enacted, the Supreme Court has rendered several decisions in the past few years that seeming addressed the concerns about so-called abusive patent assertion.  Is there still a need for legislation to reform the patent system, or has the pendulum swung so far that legislation is now required to respond to the Supreme Court patent jurisprudence?
The Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA) is pleased to announce its third meeting in the 2018-2019 schedule.  We are[...]
CIPLA Co-Sponsoring JPPCLE on May 2, 2019
The Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association will be co-sponsoring the 35th Annual JPPCLE Seminar on May 2, 2019 at the[...]


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The CIPLA was founded in 1946 as the Connecticut Patent Law Association to promote a standard of ethics within the profession of patent attorneys.

In 2001, we changed our name to the CIPLA to broaden our scope and recognize the relationship between patent law and other fields of intellectual property law.

We now have approximately 150 members who meet on a regular basis continuing the association's goals of promoting a standard of ethics and professionalism among members.

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