2019 IP Summit Conference

This year the Intellectual Property Summit- CLE & SKI, is being held at the Hilton Resort in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. There is approximately 300 attorneys that have registered to attend this CLE/ annual retreat . We are proud to be part of this years meeting and sponsoring the association and its membership. There are attendees from out of state, from local small firms to Nationally know big firms and everything in between. The Keynote speakers include two highly respected woman of importance,
Judge Kara F. Stoll – Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and
Mollybeth (Molly) Kocialski,  Director | Rocky Mountain Regional United States Patent and Trademark Office The Featured Speakers this year include : David R. Todd, Workman Nydegger (Salt Lake City, UT)
James C. Watson – TraskBritt – Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Utah State Bar John Wynn, is a Managing Principal and leads the lawyers’ professional liability services group
Jeremy K. McKown – Johnson & Johnson
Michael A. Grow, is a partner in the Washington DC office of Arent Fox LLP
Gene Quinn Founder, President & CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc.
Randall R. Rader, Former Chief Justice of 25 years
Dan Morath – Patent Law Works
Professor David Hricik, Taylor English Duma, LLP, where he continues to represent clients in patent and complex litigation.
Richard Rainey, In house legal counsel to GE and Professor at George Washington Law School. Mike Stoltz, is a Senior Staff Attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation

We are excited to meet & speak with the members and look forward to showing them how they can save their clients a substantial amount of money every month by transferring existing cases to our eDiscovery platform for hosting and review or uploading new cases for production or review!

We are offering to the association members from this event 1 month FREE hosting for every one case uploaded to our system! Your clients will love you for it and you will love the platform!

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