Intellectual Property: An International Perspective
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When: Friday, February 23, 2018
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT
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UNO Thompson Center
6705 Dodge St
Omaha, Nebraska  68182
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Tom Somervell – Partner, Chartered and European Patent Attorney

12:40 pm   The Impact of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Decision in Activis v. Eli on the Doctrine of Equivalents
Stephen Blake – Partner, Chartered and European Patent Attorney

1:20 pm     International Trademark and Copyright Protection
Daan Erikson, Husch Blackwell

Tom Somervell – Partner, Chartered and European Patent Attorney: Tom specializes in the patenting of mechanical, process engineering, medical devices, electrical,
electronic, telecoms and computer-related inventions. He has more than 15 years of experience in drafting and prosecution of patents, as well as analyzing and providing opinions on validity and infringement of patents.

Stephen Blake – Partner, Chartered and European Patent Attorney: Stephen is a chartered UK and European Patent Attorney experienced in filing and prosecuting patent applications, broadly in the fields of telecommunications, software, electronic engineering, and mechanical engineering.

Daan Erikson Husch Blackwell
Daan advises Fortune 500 companies, startups and individual authors on trademark, copyright, right of publicity and right of privacy matters.