Intellectual Property Owners Association

Serving the Global Intellectual Property Community

ReadMore

IP Chat Channel

LongBannerIPChat15

 

Intellectual Property Owners Association’s weekly one-hour webinar series
on current topics in IP is produced in cooperation with host Pamela Sherrid,
former editor of IP Law & Business magazine. Listen to presentations by
experts who will answer your questions immediately!

register_small
Registration Fee: $135 per user
Save with an Unlimited Annual Pass
Government/Academic Rates are
available upon written request to meetings@ipo.org

2016 Scheduled Webinars

_______________________________________________________________________________

Inducement and Indirect Infringement: A Muddle after NuVasive?
Tuesday, 30 August 2016, 2:00pm-3:00pm ET

What is the current state of the law regarding inducement and indirect infringement? Confused, or so one would surmise after reading Judge Reyna’s concurrence in the recent Federal Circuit opinion in Warsaw Orthopedic v. NuVasive. According to that concurrence, the majority opinion is difficult to harmonize with Commil and Global-Tech, two of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decisions on this patent law topic. And experts say unanswered questions remain about how to prove intent to induce and what constitutes willful blindness.

Our panel includes two litigators, one with experience representing plaintiffs in such cases and the other representing defendants, as well as a law professor who is an expert in inducement and whose work has been cited favorably by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. They will review the state of the law and give specific current guidance for both plaintiffs and defendants at each stage of litigation involving inducement: pre-complaint, motion to dismiss, discovery, summary judgment, trial, and remedy. They will also discuss the future direction of the law.

Speakers:

John Campbell, McKool Smith
Prof. Tim Holbrook, Emory University School of Law
Blair Jacobs, Paul Hastings LLP


Parallel Proceedings: Midstream Maneuvers
Tuesday, 20 September 2016, 2:00pm-3:00pm ET

Speakers:

Mark Finkelstein, Jones Day
Scott Kamholz, Foley Hoag LLP
Mitchell Stockwell, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP


Parallel Proceedings: The Endgame 
Thursday, 22 September 2016, 2:00pm-3:00pm ET

Speakers:

Gary Frischling, Irell & Manella LLP
Michael Florey, Fish & Richardson, PC
Neil Sirota, Baker Botts LLP


WEBINAR CATALOGUE

IP Chat Channel webinars are available on-demand two days after the live webinar. A webinar can be viewed one-time only, either immediately or up to 14 days after payment. Topics are searchable within each of the categories below. Information on special package rates for webinars are available here.

IPO’s IP CHAT CHANNEL HOST PamelaHeadshot082812

Pamela Sherrid Former editor of IP Law & Business magazine and a reporter and writer at FortuneForbes and U.S. News & World Report.

Contact Us

For general inquiries or if you would like to be notified of future IP Chat Channel webinars or meetings, e-mail your contact information to meetings@ipo.org or call (202) 507-4500.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit CLE will be available for registered attendees only.  Registered attendees must login under their attendee ID in order to verify attendance.  Once an attendee completes a course, a completed certificate of attendance must be submitted to IPO in order to receive credit (CofAs are provided by IPO once attendance is verified – usually 2-3 business days). LIVE WEBINARS:  IPO is applying for CLE for all live programs in the majority of the states that require CLE.  IPO will not be applying for CLE in the states of Florida, Ohio, South Carolina, West Virginia, or Texas (attorneys in TX may submit up to 5 hours of self-study credit). ON-DEMAND WEBINARS: For webinars recorded February 14, 2013 to present date, IPO is applying for CLE credit in CA, NJ, PA and VA.  At this time, IPO is not applying in any other states.  For webinars recorded prior to February 14, 2013, IPO will not be applying for CLE credit. For questions regarding which states IPO will apply to or other CLE related questions, contact meetings@ipo.org or call (202) 507-4500.

Cancellation Policy Cancellations must be in writing and e-mailed to meetings@ipo.org a minimum of two business days before the program start date to receive a refund, less a $50 processing fee. Please save all email correspondence to and from IPO. If you do not receive a confirmation email from WebEx within 24 hours of registering, please contact IPO at meetings@ipo.org or 202-507-4500. Refunds are processed within 14 business days following the receipt of a written request. No-shows, late arrivals, unattended programs, or early departures are not eligible for refunds. Refunds are only applied to the same credit card that purchased the site registration.

Sponsorship Opportunities For information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Clara Stanfield at cstanfield@ipo.org or call (202) 507-4500.