The Intellectual Property Law Association of Florida ("IPLA-Florida") is an organization of legal professionals, law students, and administrators interested in the practice of patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, and internet law.
Intellectual Property Law Association of Florida, Inc.
IT'S TIME TO RENEW - Membership Renewal Period Is Open - Please Renew Now.
If you haven't already joined IPLAF or haven't paid for renewal, please do so now! By renewing your membership or signing up as a new member, you'll be joining an active and growing community of intellectual property practitioners from around the Sunshine State. Membership is only $45 for 1-year.
Friday Feb. 21, 2020 - Free IP Panel Discussion (Miami, FL)
"IP Enforcement In South America & The Caribbean"
Join us and our guest panel of IP Law experts from Brazil, Jamaica and Argentina to learn about recent developments in IP Enforcement in South America and the Caribbean.
For intellectual property issues outside of the United States, much of the focus is on developments in Europe and Asia. However, IP practitioners in Florida are geographically positioned to serve clients who do business in Central and South America as well as in the Caribbean. This unique opportunity demands an understanding of the major intellectual property developments beyond our borders. However, with more than 30 nations spread across Latin America and the Caribbean, staying aprised of local developments is no easy task! Thus, whether your practice involves trademark, copyright, patent, trade secret or other intellectual property rights, you won't want to miss our next event!
9:30am-10am - Networking (Light Pastries and Coffee)
10am-12pm - Panel Discussion
REGISTRATION For Feb 21, 2020 Panel Discussion:
Saturday Mar. 14, 2020 - Volunteer Beach Clean-Up (Key Biscayne, FL)
Beach Clean-Up @ Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Children are welcome. When deciding whether to bring a child with you, please consider the inherent dangers in beach clean-up, which include not only the nearby water and roadways, but also the possibility of encountering sharp or otherwise hazardous litter and wildlife. Children’s supervision and safety will be the responsibility of the adult they accompany to the event.