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Leveraging the PTAB Journey: Concurrent District Court Trial Strategies

Recorded on: Sep. 24, 2018
Running Time: 01:03:05

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Taken from the Web Program USPTO Post-Grant Patent Trials 2018: Change & Recalibration Recorded September 2018 in New York

Leveraging the PTAB Journey: Concurrent District Court Trial Strategies [01:03:05]

This segment will move into specific concurrent strategies such as the ability to stay district court and/or ITC proceedings, and leveraging the differing PTAB evidentiary proof, fact finding and claim construction standards in the active litigation. The impact of evolving CAFC case law as well as district court uses of PTAB records, and estoppel will be explored.

Jared B. Bobrow, Kevin K. McNish, Kevin Schubert

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  • Post-Grant Practice
    John M. Desmarais
Presentation Material
  • Recent Changes in IPR Estoppel in Concurrent District Court Litigation
    Kevin Schubert
  • Use of PTAB Records in District Court
    Jared B. Bobrow
  • Using District Court Materials in PTAB Proceedings
    Kevin K. McNish
  • Supplemental Material - John M. Desmarais and Kevin K. McNish, Post-Grant Practice (Updated as of September 14, 2018)
    Kevin K. McNish
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    Jared B. Bobrow ~ Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
    Kevin K. McNish ~ Desmarais LLP
    Kevin Schubert ~ McKool Smith
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