About This Course:
Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn about the Supreme Court's 2016 decisions relating to the standard for allowing enhanced damages in patent cases, the right of appeal from a decision to institute an inter partes review and the proper claims construction of a patent in an inter partes review. A thorough review of both the preceding governing law and the impact on patent valuation is provided. Also, insightful commentary relative to new and pending cases--such as SAS Institute, Inc. v. ComplementSoft, LLC; SCA Hygiene Products v. First Quality Baby Products; and, Life Tech. v. Promega Corp--is provided.
This timely webinar answers questions relative to recent Supreme Court decisions such as:
- How will the Supreme Court's decision in the Halo case affect the introduction of evidence in to patent litigation?
- Will such change in evidence under the Halo decision affect the duration of patent litigation?
- How does the Halo case shift the standard of evidence relative to demonstrating willful infringement?
- How does the Halo case affect the importance of the "state of mind" of the infringer at the time of infringement relevant and what is the related significance?
- To what extent is the appellate review of the imposition of treble damages by district courts possible in the aftermath of the Halo decision?
- Are inter partes reviews appealable under Cuozzo Speed Technologies?
- Which claims interpretation standard when patents are subject to inter partes review was sanctioned by the Supreme Court in Cuozzo Speed Technologies?
- What could be the impact of the Federal Circuit's decision in SAS Institute, Inc. v. ComplementSoft, LLC on claims interpretation during inter partes review cases?
- To what extent could SCA Hygiene Products v. First Quality Baby Products impact the ability of laches to bar a claim for patent infringement?
- How will the Supreme Court rule in the Life Tech. v. Promega Corp case regarding patent damages being allowed for worldwide sales where "all or a substantial portion of the components of a patented invention" are supplied from the U.S.?
Course Leader: Nika Aldrich, Of Counsel, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt PC
Nika Aldrich helps clients protect complex intellectual property in high-stakes litigation. He has represented technology and health care companies in numerous patent disputes involving medical devices, MEMS, computer hardware, computer software, computer algorithms and pharmaceuticals. Nika has also handled patent disputes for clients in the apparel and food technology industries.
In addition to his patent litigation work, Nika represents companies in trademark, copyright, misappropriation, UDRP and "hot news" First Amendment cases in federal and state courts, and before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). He also has experience in commercial litigation on behalf of foreign sovereigns, financial services companies, and bankruptcy debtors and creditors.
Course Length: Approx. 1.5 hours
$295 PER USER
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