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Patent Litigation in the United States: What Japanese Companies Need to Know to Protect their Most Important Assets

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

Patent Litigation in the United States: What Japanese Companies Need to Know to Protect their Most Important Assets

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

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This intensive half-day program is designed to update Japanese practitioners on timely issues in US patent law and litigation.  Fish Principals will lecture on patent litigation topics, including: recent developments at the ITC including a primer on what you need to know about discovery at the ITC; the special issues of discovery in pharmaceutical and biotech litigation; and, reliance on opinions of counsel in litigation and the practical implications of doing so.  The lectures will be followed by a mock hearing on waiver of the attorney-client privilege when an accused infringer relies on an opinion of counsel to defend against charges of willful infringement.  The session will be concluded by a panel discussion about practical litigation issues including e-discovery.  The F&R team looks forward to continuing discussions informally after the seminar.  The seminar is presented by Fish & Richardson P.C. and sponsored by AIPPI-Japan, in cooperation with Nakamura & Partners.

 

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