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Prior Art and Obviousness 2014: Current Trends in Sections 102 and 103

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From the program: Prior Art and Obviousness 2014: Current Trends in Sections 102 and 103

Released on: Jul. 1, 2014

How has patent reform impacted the touchstones of patentability, prior art and obviousness? Already a complicated concept for patent practitioners because of evolving interpretations in the PTO and CAFC, 102 has been complicated further by the AIA. What aspects of current 102 understanding carry over to new 102? How does the concept of “prior art” and circumstance collide in the 21st century? How does prior art on the web impact the practice? What ...

Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution 2014: A Boot Camp for Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing

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Course Handbook from the program Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution 2014: A Boot Camp for Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing, held May, 2014.

The Markman Process and Hearing

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

PRESENTER: All right. Welcome back, everybody, whether you're in the web group or here in person. Hope you had a good lunch. Next it's my pleasure to introduce our next speaker, Madison Jellins, who's a partner with Jellins Christensen. Madison has more than 20 years of experience in patent litigation and strategic counseling for biopharmaceutical and medical device clients. She's served as lead counsel in patent cases both in district court and at ...

Anatomy and Timeline for a District Court Patent Infringement Case

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

GARY: I think we are ready to continue. OK. Welcome back everybody. Our next speaker is going to be Brandon Baum. Brandon has served as trial counsel in patent cases, patent licensing programs, mediations, and arbitrations and has first chaired a number of jury trials. Brandon has litigated disputes involving technology such as telecommunication devices, thin films, computer methods and software, microprocessors, medical devices, GPS devices, and ...

Elements and Burdens in a Patent Infringement Case, the Plaintiff's Complaint, and the Defendant's Response

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

GARY: Our next speaker is Joshua Masur. Josh has practiced intellectual property litigation and general business litigation for technology companies for over a decade. He represents clients in federal and state trial and appeals courts. He's represented clients before the International Trade Commission and in private mediation and arbitration. His experience spans such disparate technologies as semiconductor chip design, hyperlinks, memory controllers, ...

Patent Prosecution for Litigators

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

GARY M. HNATH: And with that, I will introduce our first speaker, who is Sanjeet Dutta. Sanjeet is a partner with the Steptoe Law Firm. He's a litigator who handles intellectual property matters in state and federal courts and before the International Trade Commission. His focus is on patent litigation, but he also has a deep experience in patent prosecution, licensing agreements, and IP diligence and audits. So he truly has a very impressive and ...

The ITC and Other Forum, Venue and Remedy Issues

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

GARY HNATH: Next we're going to talk about Section 337 investigations at the ITC. And we'll queue up that PowerPoint next. Let me check with the audience. How many people have been involved in a Section 337 case at the ITC? Raise your hand if you have. How many people have heard of Section 337? OK, more than half, which is good. When I gave this speech a few years ago, very few people had heard of Section 337. But more and more people know about ...

Post-Grant Review and Critical Issues That Win a Patent Infringement Case for a Plaintiff and a Defendant

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2014

SPEAKER 1: OK, welcome back, everybody. And I promised you we saved the best for last. First of all, couple of administrative announcements. Don't forget to turn off your iPads when you leave. And don't forget to fill out the evaluations for everyone except Joe. You have to wait till you hear his presentation before evaluating him. But everybody else, you can go ahead and evaluate right now. The evaluations are very helpful for POI, and they do you ...

Octane Fitness and Highmark: The Supreme Court Eases the Standard for Recovering Attorney Fees in Patent Cases 2014 (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: May. 21, 2014

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Elaine Herrmann Blais. ELAINE HERRMANN BLAIS: Good afternoon everyone. Thanks for joining us. Amy mentioned that we're open to questions, and I actually think one of the most interesting things about these decisions is how they'll play out. And I think there are a lot of interesting hypotheticals. So if people have some they want to float, we'd love to take them at the end. Having said that, ...

Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

Taken from the briefing Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies recorded June, 2014.On June 2, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two key decisions that changed important patent law standards. In Limelight Networks Inc. v. Akamai Technologies Inc. et al., the Court held that a defendant is not liable for inducing infringement under ...

The Concept of Old 102(e) Recast as New 102 (a)(2) as Implemented by New 102(d): Effects of Priority Under 119, 120, 121, 365

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

JOHN M. WHITE: Welcome back. John White here for our wrap-up session this afternoon. A couple of housekeeping things, and then I will go ahead and introduce our material and our next speaker. The housekeeping thing is first for those in the room, please use your iPad to evaluate the course that you've just seen. The evaluations are on there. But also please don't forget to sign out. Your signing out on that enables us to know that you've actually ...

Section 103: Inside the PTO - Obviousness Rejection

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

JOHN M. WHITE: OK. Welcome back. It's 11:15 and I realize that day you're still taking your seats and so forth. And we will encourage you to come and go as long as you don't bother your neighbor kind of a thing. But we're obliged to maintain tight control of our time for CLE requirements, especially for the online component of this. So I apologize it seems like I'm not very courteous when you arrive and depart. I apologize. It's all for CLE requirements. And ...

35 USC 103 and the CAFC

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

JOHN M. WHITE: Now on to Rebecca and 103. REBECCA GOLDMAN RUDICH: OK. Now as we've talked about, I've been doing this piece for John for quite a while. My original piece with prior art was I did 102 (c) and (d), and then eventually graduated into doing some of the obviousness stuff. But I want to refer you on my 102(c), which no longer exists. If you really want an interesting read about adverse statements-- self-serving statements by inventors, ...

Old 102: Is It Really Gone? And, Which Definitions and Practices Carry Over to New 102?

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

JOHN WHITE: OK. John White here. Welcome back to all those of you out there on the web and all those of you here in the room. Welcome back. I hope you're caffeinated and ready to go. We have more terrific programming ready for you. And I will once again, I have the privilege of introducing our first two speakers of the afternoon and giving you just a little bit of the layout of the afternoon. But fundamentally, we go from now until 3:30, which is ...

Post AIA Section 102: The Complete Breakdown of 102 (a)-(d)

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Recorded on: Jun. 18, 2014

JOHN WHITE: So let me introduce both of those. Len has been practicing patent law for, I guess, 30, 35 years, something like that. He started out with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry, followed by a Juris Doctor, one from Maryland, one from a school in Virginia. He became a partner in Birch, Stewart and has been running their San Diego office all these years, down in Southern California. So he came up for this program. But Len has extensive experience ...

Understanding Patent Law 2014

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From the program: Understanding Patent Law 2014

Released on: Jul. 11, 2014

If you are looking for a way to learn the basic concepts of patent law, this program is for you. In just one day, this complicated field will be boiled down to easy to understand, accessible sessions covering all types of patent issues that may arise in the context of every day practice and business management. Bringing together top experts in the field, this program will begin with a thorough foundation of patent principles, including what is patentable ...

Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago's PLIP 2014 (Free Audio-only)

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Released on: Jun. 30, 2014

Please note: There is NO CLE for this program.Taken from the briefing Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago's PLIP 2014 recorded June, 2014. Presentation Material Quickie List Bay Area May 2014Katharine C. Patterson Career Worksheets 2014Katharine C. Patterson

Analysis of the Patent Landscape; Asserting Your Rights and the New Face of Patent Litigation: District Courts, ITC, IPR, and PGR

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA E. GROSS: Hello. Welcome back. We're ready to start the afternoon session. As I mentioned this morning, I am going to be going first and give a little bit what I consider, hopefully, a bridge between this morning session to what will be later on with the patent litigation and the licensing and M&A. I'm going to wait to introduce the other two panelists until Eric comes here, which he should be here shortly. I'll be speaking for maybe 15 ...

Doing the Deal: M&A, Licensing and Other Patent Transactions

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA E. GROSS: OK, welcome back. We're now on our last session of the day, but this one is where there's going to be a lot of action, in terms of possible business opportunities for companies with their patent portfolio. And so I would like to introduce the next two panelists. To my immediate left is Charles Weiss, and Charles is a partner at the New York office of Holland & Knight, and he's practiced for about 25 years in the areas of technology-driven ...

Patent Overview, Part 1

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA: Let's see. So we have polling. Hopefully everyone's logged in to the iPad now. And this is helpful to us because it gives us a feeling of what the audience background is and what areas you're interested in, whether it's evenly distributed over all the topics, whether people have law degrees, what fields that you work in. So I may pause for a little bit. And the reason I'm pausing, for those of you that are in the room and those of you that ...

Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies 2014 (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Jul. 1, 2014

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing, and time permitting they will be addressed. ...

Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Int'l: Supreme Court Rules that General Purpose Computers Cannot Save Claims Directed to Abstract Ideas

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Recorded on: Jul. 3, 2014

Taken from the briefing Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Int'l: Supreme Court Rules that General Purpose Computers Cannot Save Claims Directed to Abstract Ideas recorded June, 2014.In this recent decision, the Supreme Court addressed some of the Federal Circuit’s confusion regarding the scope of patentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C § 101. Particularly, the unanimous Court struck down Alice’s claims directed to mitigation of settlement risk. The ...

Advanced Patent Prosecution Workshop 2014: Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing

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Course Handbook from the program Advanced Patent Prosecution Workshop 2014: Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing, held July, 2014.

Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Int'l: Supreme Court Rules that General Purpose Computers Cannot Save Claims Directed to Abstract Ideas 2014 (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2014

AMY TAUB: Hello, my name is Amy Taub, and I am a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Alice Corporation versus CLS Bank International-- Supreme Court Rules that General Purpose Computers Cannot Save Claims Directed to Abstract Ideas. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember ...

2014 Federal Circuit Yearbook: Patent Law Developments in the Federal Circuit

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Published: August 2014

An essential resource for every patent practitioner, the 2014 Federal Circuit Yearbook: Patent Law Developments in the Federal Circuit is the easy, effective, and economical way for you to keep pace with all patent decisions published by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit during the past year. In each edition, the Yearbook’s concise yet comprehensive case synopses zero in on the prime issues, providing you with an expert account ...
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