Fundamentals of Patent Litigation 2012

Date:

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Sponsor(s):

PLI

Speaker(s):

Brandon Baum, Baum Legal; Elizabeth Day, Feinberg Day Alberti & Thompson LLP; Sanjeet K. Dutta, King & Spalding LLP; Madison C. Jellins, HelixIP LLP

Location:

PLI CA Center
685 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States

RSVP:

www.pli.edu or (800) 260- 4754

Fee:

$1,595

Time:

9 am-5 pm

CLE Credits:

6.25 CA hrs

 

This program will explore what makes patent litigation different from other types of litigation, from the Rule 11 pre-filing investigation through the appeal to the Federal Circuit.  Attendees will learn important practical details including who to sue and what to put in the complaint. They will learn what discovery is needed in a patent case and how discovery differs from other civil litigation.  Disclosures of infringement and invalidity contentions, the claim construction process at and leading up to the Markmanhearing will also be examined.  Find out what is needed to prove infringement and how a patent may be invalidated by prior art or rendered unenforceable by inequitable conduct.  Hear what can be expected at trial and what remedies are available.  

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