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April 9, 2014

Dramatic changes in district court litigation as a consequence of PTAB proceedings

In this session, heard how changes in district court litigation due to PTAB proceedings have impacted our audience of practitioners. We shared experiences and lessons learned by those attending the webinar, and enabled attendees to pose questions and provide comments during the session. Talking points included:

  • Sweeping reform regarding judicial and legislative proposals.
  • Day-to-day changes, including the treatment of stays, choice of forum, number of claims asserted, selection of experts, and percentage and timing of settlements.
  • The emergence of a new breed of patent litigators.

Speakers:
Karl Renner, Principal and Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair, Washington, DC
Dorothy Whelan, Principal and Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair, Twin Cities
Christopher Marchese, Principal , Southern California
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