Morton’s The Steakhouse, 65 E Wacker Place, Chicago, IL 60601. Valet Parking available.
This one-hour seminar will provide attendees with a federal judge’s and litigator’s perspective on procedural and substantive issues in a typical trademark case. From pre-litigation investigations, through discovery, motions and trial, the program will provide practical insights into issues that in-house lawyers face when contemplating and supervising a trademark case.
Hon. Matthew F. Kennelly, Chicago, IL - Judge Matthew F. Kennelly was appointed to the United States District Court of the Northern District of Illinois in 1999. Before his appointment, Judge Kennelly worked as an attorney in private practice, representing individuals and corporations in complex civil cases and in criminal cases in trial and appellate courts. Since his appointment to the court, Judge Kennelly has served on several committees relating to information technology and the courts. Judge Kennelly also serves as a member of the Seventh Circuit Criminal and Civil Jury Instruction Committees, as well as a committee addressing local rules for patent infringement cases in the Northern District of Illinois. Judge Kennelly, who has presided over many bench and jury trials in trademark cases, will provide his insights concerning procedural and substantive issues that are common in these cases.
Online Registration Preferred: To set up your ACC Chicago registration account, please follow the site instructions as a "New User" upon your first visit. You will receive a confirmation at the end of your registration process.
Credits: One Hour
Chapter Administrator, Lisa Carreras
Attendance is complimentary, but limited to ACC members, in-house prospective ACC members and guests of the sponsor.