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Willful Infringement and Current Defensive Strategies

Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2013
Running Time: 01:00:40

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Taken from the Web Program Patent Litigation 2013 Recorded November, 2013 in New York

Willful Infringement and Current Defensive Strategies [01:00:40]

This session will discuss willful infringement and the current strategies companies are taking to defend against it. It will discuss how courts are applying the Seagate Technology case today, the rise of motions to dismiss willfulness at the pleading stage, and thoughts on whether opinions are still recommended. Strategies for protection without opinions, and the question of whether willfulness based solely on postfiling conduct is becoming extinct, will also be discussed.

The purchase price of this segment includes the following article(s) from the Course Handbook available online:
  • Assessing and Responding to Willfulness Claims Post-Bard
    David Brightman, Heather A. Faltin

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  • Willful Infringement and Current Defensive Strategies
    David Brightman,Heather A. Faltin
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David Brightman ~ VP, Associate General Counsel - IP Litigation, Yahoo Inc.
Heather A. Faltin ~ Senior Patent Counsel, Comcast Cable Communications LLC

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