Fifth Annual BNA/ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law Patent Conference: Court Decisions Change the Landscape of Patent Litigation

27 September 2010 Washington, D.C. Past Event

Location

Washington, D.C.

Agenda

September 27, 2010
Barry L. Grossman is co-chairing the Fifth Annual BNA/ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law Patent Conference: Court Decisions Change the Landscape of Patent Litigation, presented on September 27, 2010 in Washington, D.C.

This forum will address how the courts have taken the lead in lieu of the still pending patent litigation reform. In this crucial BNA/ABA conference, experts will provide analysis of the two cases that have dramatically changed the patent litigation system. The Supreme Court's handling of Bilski has an impact on patentable subject matter in business methods, computer software, medical diagnostics, and other areas. The Federal Circuit's en banc decision in Ariad impacts the test on enablement under Section 112. The landscape for determining damages has been changed drastically. Hear views of these trends from the new Chief Judge Rader.

To register, please visit the conference website and enter code "IPFOLEY10" at the end of the registration process to redeem 30% discount.

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Fifth Annual BNA/ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law Patent Conference: Court Decisions Change the Landscape of Patent Litigation

Location

Washington, D.C.

Agenda

September 27, 2010