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Keiko Sugisaka to Present at 2014 In-House Counsel Crash Course Seminar for Minnesota CLE
"7 Practice Area Hot Spots for the In-House Generalist: Intellectual Property," 2014 In-House Counsel Crash Course, Minnesota CLE, 2014
October 28, 2014

Keiko Sugisaka, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will co-present at Minnesota CLE's 2014 In-House Counsel Crash Course seminar on October 28, 2014. The program, 7 Practice Area Hot Spots for the In-House Generalist, and leverages the knowledge, experience, and perspectives of in-house counsel and private practice attorneys to help in-house counsel who are asked to provide advice on a wide variety of legal issues encountered by businesses.

Keiko will co-present an Intellectual Property session that will highlight five tips for adopting and registering new trademark names and slogans, common missteps that lead to copyright violations, and whether to pursue trade secret or patent protection. Other areas included in the all-day program include data privacy and security, employment, risk transfer, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, advertising, and ethics.

Keiko Sugisaka is a partner and trial lawyer in Maslon's Litigation Group and focuses her practice primarily in the areas of complex business, products liability, and intellectual property litigation. She has broad experience successfully litigating both plaintiff and defense cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States involving complex litigation in cases that included patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; products liability defense; antitrust; director/officer liability; trade secret misappropriation; unfair competition; and breach of contract claims.

For more information, or to register, go to: 2014 In-House Counsel Crash Course.

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