Wisconsin State Bar Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section 13th Annual Door County Intellectual Property Academy – 2018 Ethics at the USPTO featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. July 19-20, 2018 Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
ABA-IP Law Section 33rd Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference Multijurisdictional Practice and the Modern IP Attorney Panel discussion featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. (McCabe Law), Tara Aaron (Aaron Sanders PLLC), Tom Wong (Microsoft) & Frank West (Oblon Spivak) Moderated by Maria Spear Ollis (Spear IP) April 20, 2018 Crystal City (Arlington), Virginia
Oregon Patent Law Association Patent Counsel Ethical Engagement Agreements featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. Ethical Considerations for Teleworking and Virtual Law Office Practice featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. April 13-15, 2018 Salishan Spa and Golf Resort Gleneden Beach, Oregon
13th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute – The University of Texas School of Law (UT Law CLE) Ethics Hot Topics for Patent Lawyers featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET March 1, 2018 United States Patent and Trademark Office Alexandria, VA
Utah State Bar IP Summit 2018 Recent Developments in IP Ethics and Malpractice featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. February 23, 2018 Salt Lake City, Utah
2017 Iowa State Bar Association eCommerce & Intellectual Property Seminar Keeping the Lights on and the OED off Your Back: Ethical Conduct in the Practice of IP Law, a two-hour ethics presentation featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr. December 1, 2017 – 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. CT Des Moines, IA
Outsourcing Patent Work: Avoiding Pitfalls A webinar presented by Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) featuring Michael E. McCabe, Jr., Mukundan Chakrapani (Clairvolex) and Michael Gnibus (General Electric Company) November 16, 2017, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Michael E. McCabe, Jr. was quoted by Bloomberg BNA in an article published on November 15, 2017, entitled “USPTO Trying Out Diversion Program for Struggling Practitioners” (by Joan C. Rogers) (sub req’d). The Bloomberg article addresses the Office of Enrollment and Discipline’s new Disciplinary Diversion Program, which we first reported in our November 3 blog post (here).