Young Lawyers

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New ABA-IPL Member Benefit

All young lawyers new to the practice or contemplating changes in their careers can use—and keep as continuing reference—the  information in the Section’s new publication, Careers In IP Law. Edited by Sharra Brockman and her team at YLAG, this book is available to all Section members as a free e-book download. Log in today at:

“Intellectual property is today's international currency for businesses and corporations. This book shows you the many different careers that can be built around IP formation, protection, and monetization—and how you can become involved.”

- Donna Suchy, Rockwell Collins

Join the Young Lawyers Action Group

YLAG's monthly conference calls are a great way to learn of opportunities to become involved in IP Section activities. YLAG's website includes links to our group on Linkedin, and a link to our feed on Twitter @ABA_IPL_YLAG.

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Tim Bukher

Blogs by Tim Bukher...

Tim Bukher is a junior partner and member of the Handal & Morofsky corporate and internet law teams, focusing his practice on intellectual property litigation as it relates to issues in the internet sector and other digital media. As one of the firm’s first-chair litigators, Tim’s representative matters include copyright disputes in video game development, arbitration involving software distribution agreements, trademark and unfair competition cases involving sculptural designs, and litigation before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Tim’s internet practice focuses on issues relating to digital media rights, e-commerce, privacy, free speech and domain name dispute resolution. To learn more about Handal & Morofsky, LLC, please visit Tim edits the firm's popular blog on IP and internet issues at

Digital Music downloads sale vs. license

Russian court makes landmark IP ruling

ACTA to replace SOPA as the latest overzealous attempt at ip protection

Sony and Warner join goorveshark copyright infringement lawsuit

Website tracks downloads from file sharing sites