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Webinar: Enforcing Non-Patent Intellectual Property Rights at the ITC

Thursday, November 30th, 2017, 1:00 pm EST

Webinar: Enforcing Non-Patent Intellectual Property Rights at the ITC

This webinar took place on: Thursday, November 30th, 2017, 1:00 pm EST

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The International Trade Commission (ITC) has long been used as a forum for patent infringement suits. Now the ITC is becoming an increasingly popular venue for IP owners seeking remedies against infringing parties in non-patent cases, including trade secret, trademark, and copyright cases. Fish’s Sheryl Koval Garko and Andrew Kopsidas as discussed best practices and strategies for IP owners who would like to learn more about their options for using the ITC to enforce their rights, as well as accused infringers who have found themselves in this fast-paced forum.

They discussed:

  • Types of claims that can be brought in the ITC;
  • Substantive and procedural ways the ITC differs from district court litigation;
  • Advantages (and disadvantages) of litigating at the ITC;
  • Responding to an infringement claim; and
  • Discovery, evidentiary, and hearing procedures

Sheryl and Andrew also reviewed some of the more recent non-patent cases before the ITC. This complimentary webinar is a great fit if you have an interest in learning more about protecting your IP and non-patent IP rights in the ITC.

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