IP in Africa

Date:

Friday, May 11, 2012

Speaker(s):

Hon Gertrude Tokornoo (Ghana), Commercial Court of Ghana and a former International Women Judge Fellow at the Golden Gate University School of Law; Chinyere Okorocha, partner, Jackson, Etti & Edu, based in Lagos Nigeria and chairperson, Intellectual Property Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association, Section on Business Law; Mark Mordi, a litigation partner with Aluko & Oyebode, Nigeria

Location:

Golden Gate University
536 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States

RSVP:

(by May 4) www.ipsection.calbar.ca.gov or (415) 538-2508

Fee:

$100-$470

Time:

9 am-4 pm

CLE Credits:

5.25 hrs

The State Bar of California Intellectual Property and International Law Sections present four panels on intellectual property in Sub-Saharan Africa. This program was put together at specific request from in-house counsel members of the Intellectual Property Section.  It is a first- ever program with leading practitioners from sub-Saharan Africa that will present overviews of African IP systems and practical advice on what practitioners and companies need to know about this diverse and important part of the global economy.

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