Month: December 2020

Ira Cohen Moderates Webinar for Law School Students

Intellectual Property Law Careers for the Federal Bar Association’s IPLS Ira Cohen, Esquire, moderated a virtual, on-line Webinar for the Federal Bar Association (FBA), and presented by Intellectual Property Law Section. A trio of panelists talked to the law students and offered advice and guidance for practicing IP law (copyrights, patents, and trademarks). The on-line event was held on Friday, …

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The Seldom Told Tale of the United States of America’s First Federal Court

Federal Court History Final Exam (sample question) Question #100 What was the first federal court in the United States of America? U.S. Supreme Court U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania None of the above Answer Key: The correct answer is “e. None of the above” …

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Ira Cohen has Another Article Published in Federal Lawyer Magazine

Ira Cohen, Esquire, has been appointed as the Columns Editor for The Federal Lawyer, the magazine of the Federal Bar Association (FBA) in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Cohen’s appointment is effective immediately. Mr. Cohen who, also serves as Chair for the Intellectual Property Law Section of the FBA, is a proud Sustaining Member of the FBA, an FBA Moot Court Judge, …

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Law in the Time of Corona1

Cellphone Text Transcript from 16/04/20, 0730 hrs.: “N95 face mask?” “Affixed.” “Hands and forearms scrubbed?” “Affirmative.” “Nitrile gloves?” “Check.” “PPE?” “Roger that.” “What is your heading?” “GPS Coordinates: United States Latitude: 25.7738889 Longitude: -80.1938889 Time zone: US/Eastern Current time zone offset: UTC/ GMT -4 hours.” “Check.” “Final destination?” “To my law office for a court hearing on Zoom.” As a …

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