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Anatomy and Timeline for a District Court Patent Infringement Case

Recorded on: Mar. 23, 2017
Running Time: 00:57:54

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Taken from the Web Program Fundamentals of Patent Litigation 2017 recorded March, 2017 in New York.

Anatomy and Timeline for a District Court Patent Infringement Case [00:57:54]
  • Timeline of various events that take place in a typical district court patent case
  • Trial tips: likelihood of going to trial, time to trial and success rates
  • The AIA’s joinder rules, including choice of venue and transfer motions
  • Litigation strategies in specific districts: success rates, grants of summary judgments, and which districts have the most patent cases filed by patent owners and accused infringers
  • In which districts is summary judgment most often granted? In which is it rarely, if ever, granted?

Speaker:    John J. Molenda, Ph.D.

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    John J. Molenda, Ph.D.
John J Molenda ~ Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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