This week in Washington IP events, the Senate Financial Services Subcommittee focuses on Federal Communications Commission spectrum auction oversight while the House Transportation Committee marks up a major transportation bill that would heavily impact research and development in that sector. In the realm of policy institutes, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation discusses President Trump’s executive order requiring the FCC to clarify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, while the Brookings Institution explores workforce training programs in response to AI development as well as addressing racial biases in AI algorithms. This week also features a week-long event for licensing businesses to provide networking opportunities which have been extremely limited by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Clause 8: Ed Murgitroyd on Disrupting IP Services and Leading a Publicly Traded IP Law Firm
- USPTO Names New Advisory Board Members on Heels of PPAC Report Forecasting Downward Trend in Finances
- APPLE JAZZ Trademark Fight Continues at CAFC
- Straight to the Prompt: IP Lawyers Must Develop AI Skills NOW
- This Week in Washington IP: Evaluating the U.S.’s Role in IP Leadership, CHIPS Act Successes and Semiconductor Production, and the White House Policy on AI