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10th Annual Patent Law Institute

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From the program: 10th Annual Patent Law Institute

Released on: May. 10, 2016

The Institute is designed to be of ultimate practice value to all three subgroups in the patent law community: patent prosecutors, patent litigators, and strategic/transactional lawyers. The schedule includes six plenary sessions of interest to all patent lawyers and six breakout sessions in each of the three subgroups. Do not miss this unique opportunity to sharpen your practice skills. You will learn: Plenary sessions include: Updated! ...

Managing Litigation Means More Than Budgets

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

DOUG: Hey, we'll move right into the next session, changing our focus a bit from our approach to the bench to managing litigation from in-house perspective. And we're fortunate to have with us an experienced in-house counsel today. Diana's the Associate General Counsel in charge of Intellectual Property Litigation and Walmart Global eCommerce, based here in Silicon Valley. She also has practiced as outside counsel at Morrison Foerster as well as Milbank ...

The Anatomy of a Design Patent Case

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

DOUGLAS NEMEC: Welcome back, everybody. It's time for our last litigation track session and something a little different for probably many of us. I have the benefit of having seen this presentation in the New York session, and really found it to be a lot of fun, and for me, very educational. I didn't know much about design patents going in, and now I know enough to be dangerous. So we've got a presentation chock full of material. Let me turn it over ...

The Fast-Changing World of Software-Related Patents: Critical Issues You Need to Know Now

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SCOTT M. ALTER: Let's begin. Should we begin? OK. All right, we're going to go ahead and get started. Welcome back everyone. We're going to talk about-- in this session-- software related patents, critical issues you need to know now. And on the panel, to my immediate right, your left, is Richard Marsh, the Denver office of Faegre Baker Daniels. He focuses his practice on intellectual property matters including patent prosecution, patent validity, ...

Ethics Wrap-Up: What’s New by AIA

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

JOHN WHITE: Good afternoon, and welcome back to the last hour of the two days of the Patent Law Institute. And it's the hour you've all been waiting for. My name is John White. I'm one of the co-chairs and I do the prosecution section. But I also had the privilege of recruiting our next speaker for the ethics element of this course. And ethics are like-- those hours are like hen's teeth. You attend all this CLE and you get a half hour of ethics. ...

Non-Practicing Entities: What's the Big Deal?

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: While we transition over, for everybody in the webcast audience, it just came to my attention that some folks have been sending in questions, but I haven't been getting them up here. So don't feel like I've been ignoring you. I just haven't been getting the questions. And we will try to get those answered, the ones that have come in so far, and I'll keep an eye out for them, as the program goes forward. So we'll move on, now, from a quick ...

Determining "Damages Adequate to Compensate for the Infringement"

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

DOUGLAS R. NEMEC: Hope you had a good lunch. We'll see if we can bring in some extra chairs here in San Francisco to accommodate the crowd. But let's get started to keep ourselves on schedule. So now for a bit of good news, notwithstanding the best efforts of the Supreme Court and the PTAB and defense lawyers everywhere, it turns out there still are some valid, enforceable patents out there. And some plaintiffs have had success in litigating them ...

Major Court Decisions of the Past Year and Their Predicted Impact

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: I would thank Drew, but I don't think he's listening this morning. So let me thank all of you for your attention, and we'll move straight into the next session. It's really a pleasure to introduce the next speaker, a true luminary in our IP world these days. Professor Mark Lemley is the William H. Neukom professor of law at Stanford Law School. He is the director of the Stanford Program on Law, Science and Technology. He was a founding ...

Trends and Trajectories in Life Sciences Litigation

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

DOUGLAS R. NEMEC: OK. We are ready to roll with the final session of day one. So long stretch here in the afternoon. This is a challenge. And we've got some fairly esoteric subject matter to cover so I'll wake up anybody in the live audience here who's not looking so alive. But for those on the webcast, at the end of the hour you'll be asked how many times I used the word "significantly" in this presentation. So pay close attention. There's plenty ...

Corporate Counsel Roundtable: What’s Keeping Corporate Counsel Awake at Night

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SCOTT M. ALTER: All right, I'm going to-- I think we have one more person that's going to be coming shortly. I'm going to start introducing the panel. To my immediate right, your left, is Michael Moore, who I'd introduced earlier in another panel but that was a breakout session, so I went to do introduce him again. He joined Pure Storage in February of 2016 as director of product legal support. His responsibilities include patents and IP, open source ...

Patent Eligibility, Prior Art and Obviousness 2016: Current Trends in Sections 101, 102 and 103

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Course Handbook from the program Patent Eligibility, Prior Art and Obviousness 2016: Current Trends in Sections 101, 102 and 103, held June, 2016.

Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution 2016: A Boot Camp for Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing

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Course Handbook from the program Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution 2016: A Boot Camp for Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing, held May, 2016.

Fundamentals of Patent Litigation 2016

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From the program: Fundamentals of Patent Litigation 2016

Released on: May. 17, 2016

The Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit, and the Patent and Trademark Office are reshaping patent law, and this program will teach you everything you need to know about the basics of patent litigation.  An expert faculty will cover the patent litigation process from start to finish, including actions brought in the District Court and at the International Trade Commission.  From the Rule 11 pre-filing investigation through the appeal in ...

Patent Litigation at the ITC

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: Thank you very much, Madison. It's a fascinating area. And as you noted, it's very difficult. The pendulum swings back and forth. And at the same time, different judges are going different ways. And as you say, it really is an art trying to figure out where you are with that particular judge and that particular argument. But often, what the words mean is extremely important. So I'm going to talk about something now completely different, ...

Critical Issues That Win a Patent Infringement Case

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: OK, welcome back, everybody. It's my pleasure to introduce our last speaker of the day. Last but definitely not least is Joe Lavelle who's a partner in DLA Piper's intellectual property and technology practice. Joe focuses primarily on the preparation and trial of patent infringement cases. He's also handled a number of successful appeals to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Joe has more than 25 years of experience litigating ...

Elements and Burdens in a Patent Infringement Case, the Plaintiff’s Complaint, and the Defendant’s Answer

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: Our next speaker is going to appear by video conference. And I see Colleen's there. So let me introduce her to you. Colleen Tracy James is a partner in Mayer Brown's New York office. She's in New York today. She's a member of the firm's intellectual property practice, where she focuses on litigation and trial of patent and other complex intellectual property matters with particular emphasis in the life sciences field. Colleen has represented ...

Anatomy and Timeline for a District Court Patent Infringement Case

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN MOLENDA: OK, good late morning, everybody. This is John Molenda. I'm one of the co-chairs. And I'm actually going to be talking about the anatomy and timeline of the district court patent infringement case. Just a little bit about myself, I'm co-chair of the health care and life sciences practice at Steptoe & Johnson. I do a lot of tech industry work. I do a lot of work in the pharmaceutical and biotech area. But I also do work in the software ...

The Markman Process and Hearing

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN MOLENDA: Hi. Good afternoon, everybody. Thank you for joining us for part 2. We've made it at the halfway point. Again, I encourage you for those of you who have questions and would like to be involved, we want to make this as interactive as possible. We're getting to some of the really exciting stuff with respect to what makes patent litigation go, mainly Markman. And I'd like to introduce Madison Jellins, who is a partner at Jellins Christensen. ...

Patent Prosecution for Litigators

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN: So I'd like to introduce Sanj Dutta, who's one of my partners in the Silicon Valley office of Steptoe & Johnson. We're very fortunate to have Sanj talk to us today. He's going to talk about patent prosecution for litigators. Sanj has a very unique practice, which is he does pretty much everything. He does patent litigation, he does patent prosecution, he does licensing agreements, he does a variety of things. That is a huge premium in our profession, ...

Intellectual Property for Startups: Key Concepts

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2016

Taken from the briefing Intellectual Property for Startups: Key Concepts recorded May, 2016 in New York. Intellectual property (“IP”) has always been a key component of a startup’s success. While many new innovative startups fail to execute on their strategies due to a competitive landscape, IP protection allows these companies to level the playing field against established behemoths. By protecting their IP, startups can attract ...


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