Janet Fries, of counsel to the Washington, D.C., office, will speak at the 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, Va., on Wednesday, April 3.

Social media provides many benefits to copyright and trademark holders. However, the sheer amount of content on social media websites is creating a landmine of potential IP issues.

The CLE program will identify ongoing concerns, such as traditional copyright, trademark infringement, and brand jacking. Janet will moderate a discussion on ways companies can proactively protect their IP interests and explore existing methods for enforcement, including potential litigation strategies.

Source: 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference