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May 6, 2014

PTAB AIA Trial Roundtables in Final Week – Hear from Fish Participants on May 14th

From the USPTO:

“The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) is concluding their AIA Trial Roundtable series this week with final stops in Dallas on Tuesday, May 6 and Denver on Thursday, May 8. Hundreds of stakeholders have attended the roundtables so far in Alexandria, New York City, Chicago, Detroit, Silicon Valley, and Seattle, and there is still an opportunity for you to do so too. The Denver program will be webcast live on May 8 starting at 1 pm MDT.”

Also, the program is broken into three segments, so feel free to join for any or all of them:

  • Segment 1 (one hour): lecture to highlight trial filing statistics and lessons learned about inter partes review and covered business method review proceedings
  • Segment 2 (one hour): mock conference call focused on a motion to amend the claims and a motion for additional discovery
  • Segment (approximately 1.5 hours): panel discussion with expert AIA trial practitioners and APJs covering all phases of the trial process

There are opportunities to ask questions and give feedback/suggestions during each segment.”

Fish attorneys Dorothy Whelan and Karl Renner participated in the roundtables in Chicago and Detroit respectively, and will share their experiences and insights during the next Post-Grant for Practitioners webinar on May 14th, 2014. To register, click here.


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