Federal Circuit and Supreme Court 2018 Yearly Review

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Recent Supreme Court decisions on intellectual property law have changed the world for intellectual property holders, and the Federal Circuit continues to shape the evolving legal landscape.

Please join Fish attorneysJohn Dragseth,Lauren Degnan,andMichaelBallancoas they discuss the possible consequences of recent IP cases, including:

  • TC Heartland - How is this critical venue decision affecting where patent cases are filed, and how are parties and courts working around it?
  • What have courts been doing sinceHalo?
  • Post-Grant on Appeal - How do cases likeSAS,Oil States,Wi-Fi One, andAqua Productsaffect the way you should be trying your post-grant cases at the PTO?
  • Damages - How might the Supreme Court decision in WesternGeco affect damages in future cases?
  • What doesCore Wirelessmean for standard-essential patents?
  • Section 101 - Without beating a tired horse, we will fit the past year of decisions includingBerkheimer into the framework already created by the courts.
  • Lexmark - What does this international exhaustion case mean in the real-world marketplace for patentees and their competitors?
  • Sovereign Immunity - What effect did theRegis Mohawk Tribedecision have on sovereign immunity and post-grant cases?
  • Coming Up - What can we expect from the Supreme Court in theHelsinncase?
The webinar was held on Thursday, October 4, 2018 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET.

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If you have an interest in appellate decisions or patent litigation, this webinar is for you.Fish & Richardson will apply for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in most states. If you would like to receive CLE credit, register with your state bar information. Please note that you must be logged in to the webinar on your device in order to request CLE credit. CLE credit will not be granted for listening to the audio portion only.

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