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Strategy and Tactics in Patent Litigation – What You Didn’t Learn From Books

Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016
Running Time: 01:00:04

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Taken from the Web Program Patent Litigation 2016 recorded November, 2016 in New York.

Strategy and Tactics in Patent Litigation – What You Didn’t Learn From Books [01:00:04]

Patent litigation is an expensive, complex, disruptive and potentially economically fatal undertaking. Even before a patent litigation begins, both potential plaintiffs and defendants must make numerous judgment calls. For plaintiffs, these decisions include the extent of pre-suit (Rule 11) investigations, which defendant or defendants to sue, whether to negotiate with the other side, choice of forum, whether to seek a preliminary injunction, whether to initiate a parallel ITC proceeding, how aggressively to pursue the case, and when to file dispositive motions. For defendants, issues include whether to negotiate, initiate a proceeding in the U.S. Patent Office, or file a declaratory judgment action, and when to file dispositive motions. Common issues include the number and type of depositions to take (individual, Rule 30(b)(6) corporate designees and non-party), the timing of claim construction and the timing of dispositive motions. This session will feature a panel of experienced litigators who will discuss their views on the many judgment calls that must be made where there are no answers in the books.

Charles J. Monterio, Jr., Samir Pandya

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  • Strategy and Tactics in Patent Litigation – What You Didn’t Learn From Books
    Charles J. Monterio. Jr., Samir Pandya
Charles J Monterio. Jr. ~ Blank Rome LLP
Samir Pandya ~ Director & Lead Counsel - IP Litigation, SAP Labs
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