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Intellectual Property Section Luncheon/CLE: The Future of IP Law: The Next 10 Years
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When: 05/06/2016
12 - 4 PM
Where: Chester H Ferguson Law Center
1610 N Tampa St.
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States

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4.0 CLE credits (applied for)


Legislative History on New Patent Troll Regulations
Dineen Pashoukos Wasylik, Esq.

The Future of Copyright Law
Julee Milham , Esq.


Emerging Issues in Trademark Law
Stefan V. Stein, Esq.


The New Patent Regulations and Upcoming Issues in Patent Law




Julee Milham, Esq. has practiced business, intellectual property and entertainment law since 1986. She is certified in intellectual Property and licensed to practice in several states as well as being admitted to the Roll of Solicitors for England and Wales.

Stefan V. Stein, Esq. has limited his practice to intellectual property law for over 25 years. His practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, prosecution and licensing. He is designated as a board certified lawyer in Business Litigation, Civil Trial and Intellectual Property Law by The Florida Bar. Steve has been lead trial counsel in numerous multimillion-dollar intellectual property law cases, including bench and jury trials, arbitrations, and administrative hearings. He frequently provides expert testimony and serves as local counsel in Florida for law firms throughout the country

Dineen Pashoukos Wasylik, Esq. focuses the intellectual property side of her practice on copyright, trademark, and trade dress litigation and counseling. She also has extensive experience litigating trade secrets and business torts cases, often securing a positive resolution for the client without the need of a trial. Dineen has litigated cases concerning the protection of the shape of faucets, the protection of a design on airport shuttle vans, the names of check cashing stores, the scope of a copyright in a trivia quiz, several cases involving the protection of software, and the proper royalty to be paid to the owners of sound recordings for webcasting of their performances. She was also among the first lawyers to litigate the scope of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act safe harbor provisions, and helped protect internet service providers from subpoenas from the recording industry.
The Florida Bar has certified Dineen as an expert in both intellectual property law and appellate practice – making Dineen the only lawyer in Florida to be certified in both of these practice areas at the same time.