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An In-House Counsel's Guide to Patents | July 1, 2014

Frank Bruno, Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property group, provides an overview of U.S. patent law, focusing on aspects of a patent’s life cycle from invention to licensing and litigation. It also features a discussion of U.S. and foreign patenting issues, along with a discussion of recent significant court cases. The session is available here.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the patent holder’s “right to exclude”
  • Examine the life cycle of a patent
  • Understand the USPTO patent prosecution process and examine significant international patent issues
  • Explore patent assertion and licensing techniques and responses
  • Summarize an overview of patent litigation and discuss recent relevant court cases
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