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Terry Newby to Participate in Panel Discussion for Minnesota CLE's Intellectual Property Webcast Series
"Dealing with the Aftermath of the Akamai, Alice and Nautilus Decisions," panel member, webcast, Minnesota CLE, 2016
March 10, 2016

Terry Newby, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will serve as a panelist at a Minnesota CLE webcast titled "Intellectual Property Series: Dealing with the Aftermath of the Akamai, Alice and Nautilus Decisions," on March 10, 2016. During the one-hour program, Terry will join an expert panel discussing the decisions that have dramatically changed the IP world and how to deal with their aftermath.

Terry focuses his practice on intellectual property, e-commerce, and complex commercial litigation matters. He has extensive IP litigation experience, successfully representing clients in state and federal courts throughout the country in a broad range of infringement matters involving patent, trademark, copyright, and trade dress as well as licensing disputes. Terry has also represented clients in complex commercial litigation matters including insurance disputes, civil RICO claims, breach of contract claims, and class actions.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's "Intellectual Property Series: Dealing with the Aftermath of the Akamai, Alice and Nautilus Decisions."




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