Lemme, a division of EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants, Law Firm Service team announce a thought-provoking webinar: Top 3 Traps for Intellectual Property Law Firms


Lemme’s Law Firm Practice, a division of EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants and leading litigation firm, Freeman Mathis and Gary LLP are hosting a thought-provoking webinar addressing and discussing the top 3 traps for Intellectual Property Law Firms on Tuesday, June 21 at 10:00 – 10:45 Pacific/13:00 – 13:45 Eastern.

This is an opportunity to understand more and learn about the emerging risks impacting Intellectual Property firms:

  1. Rules of Professional Conduct. Key role in maintaining client relationships.
  2. Conflicts of Interest. Traps to avoid for the IP lawyer.
  3. USPTO Grievances. Examples of common grievances and how to respond.

CLE Credit available: This course is pending approval for 1.0 credit in CA, CT, IL, IN, KY, FL, NY, CO, UT, NJ, MA, OH, PA, RI, TN, TX and GA

The featured speakers are:

  • Robert Herchert, Moderator and Managing Principal Lemme Law Firm Practice
  • Nancy Reimer, Chairperson Professional Liability and E&O Practice for Law Firms Freeman Mathis & Grey, LLP
  • Donald Patrick Ecker, Partner Freeman Mathis & Grey, LLP

Register now.

Disclaimer: Lemme, a division of EPIC, (“Lemme”) has been providing specialized insurance brokerage and consulting services to the accounting and legal profession since 1998. Our experienced brokers work with clients to understand their business, assess needs, and develop solutions using our integrated approach to service. Lemme approaches each opportunity with integrity, transparency and full accountability to our clients. We are honored to have built long-term relationships with clients ranging in size from top national firms to large regional and local firms throughout the United States. In working with clients across the full spectrum of service offerings, specialty niches, and overall risk profiles, we gain valuable insights into claim trends, regulatory requirements and best practices we share with decision-makers. Moreover, this knowledge gives us the ability to build enhanced policy wordings, program structures and risk management to achieve the best overall results for our clients.


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