Phoenix Partner George Chen will present March 1 at the State Bar of Arizona’s fifth annual CLE in the Garden at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Ariz.

The six-hour seminar will feature plenary sessions and break-out sessions covering intellectual property topics for litigation and IP prosecution, including practice tips, a look into the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), and an ethics session. Chen will conduct a plenary session for a mock witness preparation and trial testimony on issues related to patent law.

Chen serves on Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s governing Board and is a past member of the international Executive Committee (precursor to the current Board). He served last year on the firmwide Partner Advisory Board and leads the Intellectual Property Practice for the Phoenix office. Chen partners with long-term clients to develop, protect, enforce, defend, license and commercialize intellectual property and other business assets. His practice includes litigation, licensing, counseling and prosecution of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, Internet, cybersquatting and other intellectual property matters.

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