August 26, 2016
August 26, 2016
For those who don’t already know, I have recently moved my law practice to the firm of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP. I couldn’t be happier or more excited about continuing my career with this fantastic group of legal professionals. Today the firm issued this press release about my move.
Together with this transition, I’ve also refreshed the look of this blog with the “Get Noticed!” WordPress theme from Michael Hyatt. I’ve followed Michael’s social media insights for years, and this theme is designed to make it easier to follow his advice. It will allow me to share a wider variety of content along with my standard blog posts, such as announcements like this one.
And with that refresh comes a renewed commitment to sharing fresh content on this blog. Over the past few months I’ve been on a mini-sabbatical, posting content closer to once per month than to my typical once per week approach. I’m now back to my regular schedule, and look forward to contributing to (or even starting) some Warner Norcross blogs soon as well.
It’s you, my audience, who make this effort worthwhile. Over the past five years, I’ve learned that although my readers rarely comment online (who has time?), there are more of you out there than I ever knew. It never ceases to amaze and humble me how often I meet someone who has been following these posts. Thanks for continuing to read!
Tomorrow I’ll be speaking on “Intellectual Property in an Augmented Reality” at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia as part of the World Intellectual Property Organizations’ Summer School series.
|Date:||Thursday, August 11, 2016|
|Event:||Intellectual Property in an Augmented Reality|
|Topic:||Intellectual Property in an Augmented Reality|
|Sponsor:||World Intellectual Property Organization|
|Venue:||U.S. Patent and Trademark Office|
|Location:|| 600 Dulany St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
|Registration:||Click here to register.|
If you'd like me to speak to your organization about intellectual property, emerging media, or related legal topics, please feel free to contact me through my Contact page.
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