MCLE panels have been approved in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Virginia and Tennessee.
States including California, Florida, Illinois, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota and Wisconsin accept credits when a course has been approved by another MCLE jurisdiction, as has occurred here. States such as Arizona, New Hampshire do not approve courses and expect lawyers to independently verify courses meet MCLE requirements. Other states require attending attorneys to complete a form requesting credit. Some states, such as Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington require attorneys to submit an application for approval of courses taken out of state. These states sometimes require the application to be submitted immediately following the completion of the CLE activity, so please check the requirements in your state.
To claim your CLE Certificate click on the link of the appropriate panel you attended and then enter the passcode you were given during the live event.
Please note that we have only been approved for live CLE and we are unable to give CLE for those who watch the event from our archive.
PANEL 1: Litigating in Texas: Trends & Best Practices (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 2: Patents at the PTAB: How Times Have Changed (Or Not) (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 3: The Future of the CAFC: Is the Court Still Relevant? (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 4: Strategies for Protecting AI and Machine Learning Post-Alice (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 5: In Search of Injunctive Relief in Patent Infringement Litigation (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 6: A Bridge of Tears for Life Sciences (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 7: Hatch Waxman & IPR Strategy (available until 9/11/2020)
PANEL 9: Enforcing & Licensing 5G SEPs: An Innovator’s Perspective
PANEL 10: Preparing and Prosecuting Patents That Hold Up to Challenge
PANEL 11: Identifying, Valuing and Protecting Trade Secrets in the 21st Century (available until 9/18/2020)
PANEL 13: Ethics for IP Attorneys
PANEL 15: How China is Changing the Global Patent System