The Mississippi Bar’s Intellectual Property, Entertainment & Sports Law Section presents a teleseminar titled “Who Says The Supreme Court Doesn’t Care About IP?.” Over the last several years, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken an increasingly active role in handing down intellectual property decisions—in patent, trademark and copyright cases. While once content to avoid the intricacies of intellectual property law, the Supreme Court recently has taken up such issues head-on. Why the sudden interest in IP law? Join us for a two part series as we discuss recent key IP decisions and speculate on the Court’s motivation. Session 1 will feature a panel reviewing copyright and trademark cases at the Supreme Court. Session 2 will focus on the unprecedented number of patent cases addressed by the Supreme Court. For more details about each session and the registration information, click here.