Phoenix Partner George Chen will present at the State Bar of Arizona's "CLE in the Garden" . Chen will participate in two mock initial client meetings between general counsel and outside counsel. The first will focus on options and strategies for responding to a demand letter asserting patent infringement, and the second will focus on addressing trademark dilution and breach of contract issues for a trademark licensee. This program for intellectual property practitioners will be held April 6 at the Desert Botanical Garden.
Chen is the leader of Bryan Cave’s Intellectual Property Practice in the Phoenix office, and he serves on the 15-member international Executive Committee. He partners with long-term clients to develop, protect, enforce, defend, license and commercialize intellectual property and other business assets. His practice includes litigation, licensing, counseling and prosecution of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, Internet, cybersquatting and other intellectual property matters.
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