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Critical Issues That Win a Patent Infringement Case

Recorded on: Mar. 27, 2018
Running Time: 01:00:18

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Taken from the Web Program Fundamentals of Patent Litigation 2018 Recorded March 2018 in New York

Critical Issues That Win a Patent Infringement Case [01:00:18]

  • The impact of Inter Partes review on a patent case
  • When to send a notice letter
  • Why opinions of counsel still matter
  • Current trends affecting jury and non-jury patent trials
  • To settle or not to settle?
  • Key strategies for trying and winning patent trials

Joseph P. Lavelle

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  • Patent Venue: 2018
    Joseph P. Lavelle

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  • Inter-Partes Review and Critical Issues That Win Patent Cases
    Joseph P. Lavelle
Joseph P. Lavelle ~ DLA Piper LLP (US)
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