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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!

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2015 Scheduled Webinars


Claim Construction After Teva: Six Months In
Wednesday, July 29 2:00pm – 3:00pm ET

How has the U.S. Supreme Court’s January ruling in Teva changed patent litigation at U.S. district courts? What are the latest lessons to be drawn from Federal Circuit decisions on appeals involving claim construction? It’s been six months since the Federal Circuit’s claim construction precedent was overturned by the Supreme Court, which required that a district court’s factual conclusions regarding extrinsic evidence be given deference on appeal. On our panel are two litigators who argued before the Federal Circuit in recently-decided cases involving claim construction, as well as a recently retired U.S. District Court Judge who has presided over more than 100 patent litigations.

In the early months after Teva, it seemed like “change without change”, as one academic article put it. In several cases, including the remand of Teva itself, the Federal Circuit continued to overturn many district courts’ claim constructions. But more recently, Cephalon v. Abraxis and VIS v. Samsung offer examples of how extrinsic evidence can play a more meaningful role post-Teva. In Lighting Ballast last month, on remand from the Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit panel flipped its original decision – affirming the district court’s claim construction supported by its now undisturbed factual findings.

Michael Hawes, Baker Botts LLP
Jonathan Suder, Friedman, Suder & Cooke Law
Hon. Faith Hochberg, Hochberg ADR


The Elusive Global Patent Application – Life Sciences
Tuesday, August 11 at 12:00nn – 1:15pm ET

Michael Lin, Marks & Clerk
James Mullen, Morrison & Foerster, LLP
Edward Oates, Carpmaels & Ransford LLP


The Elusive Global Patent Application – Info Tech
Wednesday, August 12 at 12:00nn – 1:15pm ET

James Kulbaski, Oblon
Bo Li, CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office
Nicholas Malden, D Young & Co


3D Printing: Repair, Reconstruction, and Other Special Topics
Wednesday, August 27 at 2:00pm – 3:00pm ET

John Cheek, Caterpillar Inc.
Elizabeth Ferrill, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
Bryan Vogel, Robins Kaplan 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.

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

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