IPKat Reader Discount: UIC John Marshall Law School's IP Master Class this Friday

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the UIC IP Master class this Friday
The IPKat is pleased to announce this Friday's IP Master Class organized by the UIC John Marshall Law School. 
The UIC Law's IP Master Class Series presents comprehensive seminars on critical and emerging areas of IP law in a one-day intensive CLE programming, which also limits enrollment to maximize interaction between participants. This year's IP Master Class will focus on four key areas of patent practice: the International Trade Commission, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, U.S. district courts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The virtual platform will provide networking opportunities throughout the day, including private and small-group video chats at virtual tables.

Details are below:

Date:  Friday, 16 April 2021

Time:  7:40AM-3:15PM (Central US)/1:40PM-9:15PM (London)

Platform:  Remo

CLE Credit:  6.5 hours

Price:  $0-95, but the first 10 IPKat readers get 20% with the code "IPKAT2021"

To register:  here

With a keynote from Judge Kent A Jordan (US District Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit) attendees will benefit from sessions on the latest developments in PTAB Practice, District Court Practice, ITC Practice, and Federal Circuit practice from speakers including Judge Kathleen M O'Malley (Circuit Judge, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit), Hon Ted R Essex (ret) (Senior Counsel, Hogan Lovells), Elaine Blais (Goodwin Procter), Judge Edmund Chang (District Court Judge, US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois).  Topics include:
  • How discretionary denials have dramatically changed PTAB practice (e.g., NHK/Fintiv)
  • The future of estoppel at the PTB (e.g. Synqor and Minerva)
  • Pleading standards, operation under local (patent) rules, use of local counsel.
  • Interfacing with USPTO post grant proceedings; stay motions.
  • Markman claim construction proceedings, including timing.
  • Key pre-trial motions: summary judgment, Daubert challenges, motions in limine, bifurcation, including timing.
  • Jury basics: jury instructions, verdict forms, voir dire and challenges, time of instruction, closing argument.
  • Federal Circuit Jurisdiction over PTAB issues.
  • Strategies for preserving and developing issues on appeal.
  • Practical tips for presenting arguments to the Federal Circuit, including pro bono advocacy/appeals.
  • Strategies for presenting damages issues.
Up to a third of each session will be dedicated to responding to audience Q&A.  

“Now in its 80th year, our IP program blends the strengths of a venerable leader in the field with the fresh-eyed nimbleness of a startup,” said Professor Daryl Lim, Director of the Center for IP, Information & Privacy Law. “Our Patent Master Class embodies this unique blend by offering participants a deep dive into the issues while maintaining a high level of interactivity with the expert faculty.”

See you there!
IPKat Reader Discount: UIC John Marshall Law School's IP Master Class this Friday IPKat Reader Discount: UIC John Marshall Law School's IP Master Class this Friday Reviewed by Annsley Merelle Ward on Sunday, April 11, 2021 Rating: 5

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