The San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association (SFIPLA ) is one of the oldest and largest intellectual property law associations in the western United States, and currently serves more than 500 active members.
The purpose of the SFIPLA is to educate its members and the public about developments in intellectual property law, to instill a high standard of ethics among members, and to foster a sense of community.
The SFIPLA was founded in 1927 and originally named the San Francisco Patent and Trademark Law Association. In 1995, the name of the organization was changed to SFIPLA.
Monday, April 28, 2014
World IP Day: Movies - A Global Passion
This year World IP Day celebrates the global passion for movies and the foundational of role IP. The Silicon Valley Branch of the USPTO and the SFIPLA would like to invite you to a reception and technical demonstration at Dolby Labs theatre.
Host: Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
See Monthly Programs for additional information.