Where: Venable LLP, 575 7th St, NW, Washington, DC 20004
A Roundtable Discussion Featuring Perspectives from the PTAB, In-House Counsel, and Outside Counsel, presented by the Intellectual Property Section of the BADC
Post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) became available as a mechanism challenge a patent under the America Invents Act on September 16, 2012. Available options include inter partes review (IPR), covered business method patent review (CBM), and post-grant review (PGR). These proceedings, available for both utility and design patents, have been even more popular than initially predicted. Join the Intellectual Property Section of the BADC for a roundtable discussion to discuss the pros and cons of post-grant challenge methods from a variety of legal perspectives.
Topics will include:
- Do’s and Don’ts of an AIA trial petition
- How AIA trials differ from regular patent litigation
- Tips for being successful in front of the Board
- Business reasons to file, not to file, and alternatives to filing
Lunch provided for all attendees, courtesy of Venable LLP. Dial-in information will be made available to registered attendees for those who wish to participate by phone.
Brian Murphy, Administrative Patent Judge, Patent Trial and Appeal Board, USPTO
Mark Charles, Senior Counsel, IP, Procter & Gamble
Oliver R. Ashe, Jr., Founder, Ashe, P.C.
Adam Hess, Partner, Venable, LLP
VA CLE Credit (pending approval)
$20 BADC members
$30 Non-BADC Members
This event will also be available as a teleconference. Please register or contact the BADC office at (202) 223-6600 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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