2014 All Hands Meeting
November 7th Main Session
Advanced IP Track Agenda
Calculating Damages in Patent Litigation
Vera Elson & Ed Poplawski
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC
Patent Office Litigation By the Numbers: How effective are the new procedures for resolving litigation? And how dangerous are the new procedures to your own patents?
Wayne Stacy/Molly Kocialski
Cooley LLP/Oracle America, Inc.
The America Invents Act implemented new proceedings for reviewing the patentability of issued patents. These new procedures have already profoundly changed patent litigation and patent prosecution. But change does not necessarily correlate with effectiveness. How effective are these procedures in resolving patent litigation? And do they pose a threat to your own patents? Too often these questions are answered based on hyperbole and personal, past experiences with patent litigation. Drawing from a proprietary dataset of over 150,000 data points culled from the Patent Office records, this presentation provides objective answers about the effectiveness of using AIA proceedings to challenge patents and the risks they pose to your own patent portfolio.
Multijurisdictional IP issues
David Barron/C.J. Veverka & David R. Wright
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co LLP/Maschoff Brennan
Protecting Patents During a PTAB Trial
Based on early results of Patent Trial and Appeals Board Trials under the America Invents Act, the panels of the PTAB have been called "death squads, killing prope1iy rights," potentially threatening the value of many sizable patent portfolios. Presenter Eliot Williams, who testified before the House Judiciary Committee in its hearings regarding implementation the AIA, will review strategies that have been successful for patent owners in PTAB trials to-date. Mr. Williams will also discuss tactical options for the Patent Owner to employ in order to minimize the disruption that a PTAB Trial could have on IP portfolio value and patent enforcement programs.
APJs and the Evolving Landscape of IPRs, CBMs and PGR
Katherine Kelly Lutton & W. Karl Renner
Fish & Richardson, P.C.
Fish & Richardson Chair of the Post-Grant Practice Karl Renner and Fish & Richardson Silicon Valley Patent Litigator Kathi Lutton will moderate a panel of APJs on the landscape in terms of IPRs, CBMs and PGR. What is the PTO doing to manage these post-grant procedures, what are they seeing and what do the statistics really tell us (or not tell us).
Please Note: Program details are subject to change without notice