Whether you are plaintiff’s or defendant’s counsel, you must be up to date on the current state of the law and able to quickly develop successful litigation strategies and tactics. Outside and in-house lawyers with national reputations in patent litigation will offer guidance on trying and managing bench and jury patent trials, as well as U.S. Patent Office post-grant trial proceedings, and the program as a whole will furnish comprehensive coverage of every phase of these patent matters. U.S. District Court Judges will provide their insights on the conduct and management of patent litigation, in addition to sharing practical tips for litigants.
Jones Day Intellectual Property partner John Marlott will give a talk entitled, "New Strategies for Asserting and Defending Against Infringement Claims Involving Acts of Multiple Parties."
What You Will Learn
- Watch a demonstration of an effective opening statement in a patent case from the plaintiff and the defendant, including commentary from a jury consultant
- Hear recent developments affecting patent litigation practice and case strategies, including current and future impacts of key Supreme Court and Federal Circuit decisions, as well as proposed legislation
- Discover strategies for multi-party litigation, joint defense groups, indemnification, and indirect and divided infringement claims
- Understand advanced strategies and tactics in the complex world of patent litigation, parallel PTO proceedings and business considerations
- Explore trends in patent remedies: damages, injunctions and ongoing royalties where an injunction is not granted
- Recognize ethical issues in jury cases, including the role of social media
REGISTRATION & CLE CREDITS
Registration for this event is required. To register for event, webcast, or groupcast events and determine CLE credit visit the Practising Law Institute website.