After a long hiatus from in-person events, we kick-off IPWatchdog LIVE with a conversation on the monetization landscape. We will start with perspectives from leading IP strategists who will provide... Read More
The United States Supreme Court has issued its long anticipated decision in United States v. Arthrex, Inc., the case that challenged whether Administrative Patent Judges (APJs) of the Patent Trial and... Read More
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Global IP index is a comprehensive ranking of 53 economies around the world based on intellectual property climate. Despite the pandemic, the overall global... Read More
A Google search of the term ‘patent strategy’ returns no fewer than 123 million references. Unfortunately, the term patent strategy is as misunderstood as it is overused. Patent strategy cannot... Read More
Topics will include: challenging petitions on discretionary matters under 314(a); 325(d); preliminary response evidence; petition preparation; joint defense dynamics; development of declaration testimony; briefing matters of significance, not wasting money on distractions, direct testimony, cross-examination, and the Amendment Pilot program.
This panel will take the attendees through the due diligence process through the eyes of a small to medium-sized pharmaceutical company interested in making a transaction with its intellectual property.
With a weakened U.S. patent system, trade secrets continue to increase in value and the availability of injunctive relief in the form of exclusion orders makes the venue quite attractive. This panel will discuss the growing importance of trade secrets at the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Gloria Steinem wrote Moving Beyond Words: Age, Rage, Sex, Power, Money, Muscles: Breaking Boundaries of Gender in 1994. Steinem was an iconic figure in a movement that began several decades earlier and... Read More
Drafting patent applications and prosecuting patent applications can be a daunting task, particularly today where virtually every commercially valuable patent will likely be challenged at the Patent Trial and Appeal... Read More
This panel at IPWatchdog LIVE will explore what we know about how the Biden Administration is likely to handle SEPs from both a patent and antitrust perspective, the changing face of patent litigation in Germany and what this all means for global enforcement and licensing, and other pressing issues.
The World Intellectual Property Organization estimates that more than a third of the value of manufactured products sold around the world comes from “intangible capital”, such as branding, design and... Read More
The transformation of intellectual property (IP) management within commercial companies is driving the adoption of new practices and technologies to more closely align IP objectives with growth strategies, unlock greater... Read More
In addition to a litany of inventions that have fallen as patent ineligible under the Supreme Court’s Alice-Mayo framework, the Federal Circuit recently ruled — over a strong dissent by Judge Newman... Read More
The fight over damages at the conclusion of a patent infringement trial is always contested, and one issue lost can easily skew the math dramatically. Factor in compounding pre-judgment and... Read More
“Jurassic patents” explores the possibility of patenting discoveries and inventions based on nature – including revived dinosaurs and other extinct species. But the life science, chemistry, and pharmaceutical industries have... Read More
Counterfeit products are an enormous problem for businesses all over the world. Counterfeiters trade on the good-will of name brand products, making cheap knock-offs. Counterfeiters easily (and conservatively) cost brand... Read More