BSKB Announces Dates for U.S. Trademark Practice Seminar
Falls Church, VA - February 1, 2010 - Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP (BSKB) announced today that the annual U.S. Trademark Practice Seminar will be held April 11-16, 2010 in Falls Church, VA.
The seminar addresses all aspects of trademark practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) and the courts, including the preparation of trademark applications, practice before the
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, licensing, inter partes matters including opposition and cancellation proceedings, and the enforcement of trademark rights in the federal and state courts.
BSKB Partner and Program Chair, Robert J. Kenney stated, “We are excited to be hosting the program for the 19th consecutive year.” He added, “One of the primary goals of our firm is to help clients understand
the many aspects of trademark law and practice. BSKB is a recognized leader in this area and offering practical education and training sets us apart from other firms.”
Past seminars have included participants from the U.S., Asia, Europe, and South America. In addition to the academic component, the program offers foreign participants the chance to experience American culture,
and our U.S. participants are afforded the opportunity to learn about the customs represented by our foreign constituents. Enrollment in this elite program is limited and includes outings to popular Washington, D.C. landmarks, sporting, and social events.