The CLE program featured panel discussions on issues that clients face when sued for patent infringement non-practicing entities, educated intellectual property attorneys about the latest developments in patent law under the America Invents Act, and reviewed recent court rulings that impact the patent practice in the electronics, telecom and software sectors.
The NJIPLA is a professional organization of over 300 practicing intellectual property attorneys, patent agents, law students, and interested individuals, primarily from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. NJIPLA is committed to offering its members a robust platform to share ideas and keep informed about changes in the law, recent rulings in the patent litigation field and the corresponding impact to clients and the legal practice.
Volpe has corporate and private practice experience in all aspects of intellectual property rights and counsels clients in an array of technologies. His practice is concentrated on licensing and inter parte matters, including litigation in initial and appellate stages, and working with administrative agencies such as the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the Canadian Patent Office and the International Trade Commission. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Federal, Third and Fourth Circuits, and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and Eastern District of Michigan. A member of the American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, as well as the American Intellectual Property Law Association,
Volpe speaks frequently on IP topics and has authored multiple intellectual property articles for trade organizations and publications.
Volpe and Koenig, P.C. counsels domestic and international business and organizations on patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, technology acquisitions, due diligence and licensing. For additional information, please visit www.vklaw.com.