Taft Minneapolis attorneys Joseph Balthazor and Daniel Rosenberg will present on generative A.I. at the Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association’s (MIPLA) Stampede CLE Program on June 7. The program will feature a variety of informative intellectual property sessions and panel discussions. Balthazor and Rosenberg will present the session “IP Issues Arising from the Use of A.I.-Generated Materials.”
MIPLA serves intellectual property practitioners of Minnesota through educational, advocacy, and networking opportunities.
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Balthazor is an attorney in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice. He counsels clients on a variety of intellectual property-related matters.
Rosenberg is a registered patent attorney through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and practices primarily in the areas of intellectual property law, patent prosecution and infringement, trademark prosecution and infringement, intellectual property litigation, copyrights, and intellectual property licensing.