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Chloe v. Queen Bee
An Important New Decision on Counterfeit Infringement over the Internet

October 6, 2010
Call in from Anywhere!
TeleBriefing starts at 10:00 am Pacific, 11:00 am Mountain, 12:00 pm Central, & 1:00 pm Eastern

Who Should Dial In

Attorneys, business executives, and technical professionals whose practice or business is impacted by new trademark rulings.

Why You Should Dial In

Counterfeit infringement over the Internet continues to grow. With the web easing marketing and distribution hurdles, counterfeiters now find it is easier than ever to sell infringing goods anywhere in the United States. Brand owners seeking to compel infringers to defend trademark actions in the owner's home court face personal jurisdictional challenges. Is defendant's sale of one of plaintiff's branded products -- whether infringing or not -- in the local forum, coupled with defendant's sale there via its interactive website of others' branded goods, enough to support personal jurisdiction over the defendant?

In its recent ruling in Chloe v. Queen Bee of Beverly Hills, the Second Circuit said yes. In this one-hour TeleBriefing, our expert panel will discuss the changes Chloe has made in trademark cases to lighten long-arm personal jurisdiction requirements. The panel will also comment on the consequences for all parties resulting from these changes. The panel will further compare Chloe's jurisdictional standards with those in other jurisdictions and provide guidance in response to two questions raised but not answered in Chloe, and will touch on some best practices brand owners may wish to adopt to combat and respond to counterfeiting.

Register now and join us for an engaging discussion on this rapidly developing area of the law.

What You Will Learn

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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

10:00 am

Chloe v. Queen Bee

Introduction & Overview

Andrew Berger, Esq., Moderator
Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP / New York, NY

Litigator's Perspective & Implications for Trademark Holders

Joan K. Archer, Esq.
Lathrop & Gage LLP / Kansas City, MO

Eric J. Shimanoff, Esq.
Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman PC / New York, NY

11:00 am

Q & A (for up to 30 minutes)



Tuition is $125 per caller and $50 each for additional people on the same line who wish to receive continuing education credit. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Contact our office for more information.

Cancellation & Substitution

You may substitute another person at any time. If you are unable to join the call, you can download the audio and materials later or we'll send you an audio CD and written materials for an additional $10.

Continuing Education Credits

This TeleBriefing qualifies for 1.0 Washington CLE credit. Upon request, we will apply for CLE credits in other states and other types of credits. Please note that audio programs currently do not qualify for CLE credits from the Delaware, Kansas, and Ohio bar associations.


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If You Cannot Attend

You may download the entire audio and materials for $125 or obtain an audio CD and printed materials for an additional $10. Both options include the written materials. Downloads are available within 48 hours after the TeleBriefing or from the date we receive payment. We will ship a CD order via UPS ground within two weeks after the TeleBriefing or from the date we receive payment.
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Our Distinguished Panel

Andrew Berger, counsel with Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP, has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, licensing and commercial litigation. His clients include publishers, content creators, illustrators, filmmakers, including a 2010 Academy Award winner, digital distributors, new media companies, advertising agencies and software companies. He assists these clients in litigation when others have used his clients' copyrights and trademarks without permission and also helps his clients monetize their intellectual property through licensing, joint ventures, sales and related transactions. Visit his intellectual property blog, IP In Brief, here:

Joan K. Archer practices at Lathrop & Gage, LLP, where she has extensive experience trying intellectual property matters, including trademark, patent, unfair competition, and copyright cases, as well as complex business disputes. Dr. Archer's practice also includes counseling clients on trademark matters, prosecuting applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and litigating opposition and cancellation proceedings. She also has handled cases involving the Internet and computers, including disputes involving domain names and black-market software.

Eric J. Shimanoff, of Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman PC, is a litigator with a broad range of experience, focusing primarily on intellectual property matters, including copyright, trademark, unfair competition, patent, right of publicity and Internet-related issues. Mr. Shimanoff has counseled and litigated on behalf of clients in a wide range of industries, including music, fashion, sports, pharmaceutical, healthcare, software, retail, video game, publishing, entertainment, candy and confections, apparel, automotive, scientific research, art and various consumer products.