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Ethics and Malpractice in Patent Prosecution and Litigation

Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:20

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Taken from the Web Program 11th Annual Patent Law Institute recorded April, 2017 in San Francisco.

Ethics and Malpractice in Patent Prosecution and Litigation [01:00:20]

This session will address important developments affecting ethics and malpractice in patent prosecution and litigation, including:
  • Recent malpractice, disqualification, and disciplinary cases – valuable practice lessons
  • Discovery-related cases: agent-client privilege, spoliation, and related issues
  • Analysis and trends in fee-shifting and sanctions

Prof. David Hricik

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    David Hricik

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Prof. David Hricik ~ Professor of Law, Mercer University School of Law
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