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Patent Law Institute 2019: Critical Issues & Best Practices
Douglas R. Nemec, Scott M. Alter, John M. White
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Chapter 1. Andrei Iancu, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Speech, Remarks at the 10th Annual Patent Law & Policy Conference (November 26, 2018)
Chapter 2. Dorothy R. Auth and Rachel Ross, Supreme Court Update: How Important Are Inter Partes Proceedings When Instituted Among Other Patent Validity Proceedings?
Chapter 3. Denise M. De Mory and Jenna Dean, Patent Law: A Year of Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions in Review
Chapter 4. Denise M. De Mory and Jenna Dean, Patent Law: A Year of Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions in Review (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 5. Re-Balancing the Scales in PTAB Post Grant Trial Proceedings (January 14, 2019)
Chapter 6. Patent Litigation: A Global Perspective (January 2019)
Chapter 7. International Patent Litigation Issues: A Presentation Outline (January 14, 2019)
Chapter 8. United States Patent and Trademark Office, Authentication Changes for Registered Users of EFS-Web and Private PAIR (November 20, 2018)
Chapter 9. A Conversation About Willful Infringement and Enhanced Damages After Halo
Chapter 10. How Appealing: Successfully Transitioning from Trial to Appellate Court
Chapter 11. Quick Path Information Disclosure Statement (QPIDS) Pilot Program, Federal Register, Vol. 77, No. 91 (May 10, 2012)
Chapter 12. Interim Procedure for Requesting Recalculation of the Patent Term Adjustment with Respect to Information Disclosure Statements Accompanied by a Safe Harbor Statement, Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 213 (November 2, 2018)
Chapter 13. Access to Relevant Prior Art Initiative, Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 207 (October 25, 2018)
Chapter 14. Jonah Probell, Judith U. Kim, Brian H. Batzli and Bette Muirhead, Drafting for Global Compliance
Chapter 15. Drawing the Line Between Exceptional Advocacy and “Exceptional Case”
Chapter 16. John M. White and Eugene R. Quinn, Jr., PTO Ethics 2019
Chapter 17. Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Technology: Legal and Professional Responsibility Considerations
Chapter 18. Jill Bowman, Joel Brand, Christine Capuyan and Linda Shih, A Lawyer’s Professional Responsibilities as Advisors to Internet of Things’ Companies (With Their Data-Centric Business Models) (February 22, 2018)
Chapter 19. Today Only: “Advisory Opinions” on Common Procedural and Discovery Patent Disputes
Chapter 20. Hour 1—Recent Developments in the Chemical, Pharma and Bio Patents
Chapter 21. Michael T. Moore, Judy Shie, Joe Kucera, Tarisa Wain and Ron Karr, Open Source Practices to Support In-House Innovation (November 17, 2018)
Chapter 22. 2018 AIA Proceedings Year in Review: AIA Proceedings Have Hit Their Stride, But Can the PTAB Keep Up? (January 7, 2018)
Chapter 23. PTAB Procedure Checkup: New Statistics and Recent Updates (February 7, 2019)
Chapter 24. Hour 2—Recent PTAB Decisions for Chemical, Pharma and Bio Patents
Chapter 25. “In Defense of Patents: Retaining Value and Relevance of Patents in Periods of Rapid Innovation,” IPWatchdog.com (September 7, 2016), http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/09/07/defense-patents-periods-rapid-innovation/id=72667/
Chapter 26. ITC Litigation: Recent Trends and Practice Tips
Chapter 27. ITC Litigation: Recent Trends and Practice Tips (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 28. Are Software Inventions Patentable Anymore? And Why? And When? And Where?
Chapter 29. Hot Topics in Technology Transfer and Licensing
Chapter 30. Software Patents—Critical Issues from 2018 You Need to Know
Chapter 31. What Keeps In-House Counsel Up at Night?
Chapter 32. Current Ethical Issues in Patent Practice: From Conflicts and Malpractice to the Ethics of AI
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