On February 15, Inn members Josh Curry and Nakul Warrier will be presenting at the Georgia Bar IP Section's program "Strategies for Complex Adversarial Proceedings at the PTAB/PTO." If you are interested in registering, click here. Here are some additional details about the program:
Keeping up with the rapidly-evolving law and strategy best practices implicated in PTAB post-grant proceedings is a necessity for many IP lawyers. In addition, patent owners and accused infringers also are being asked to contend with added dimensions -- simultaneously or sequentially handling multiple kinds of PTAB/PTO proceedings involving the same patent or patents, such as multiple IPRs/CBMs, parallel reexaminations, certificates of correction, reissues, disclaimers, and continuations. Our panel will discuss the evolving legal and strategy issues raised by these topics. We will also cover some important cases where patent owners and accused infringers were able to affect the outcomes of AIA trials (or not) through use of parallel proceedings, such that patent owners and petitioners can learn what has been done, what is possible, and how the PTAB/PTO handles these parallel proceedings.
Date: Feb. 15, 2017
Time: 12-130 p.m.
Lunch and 1 hour of CLE will be provided.
Dentons US LLP
303 Peachtree St. NE, Ste. 5300
Josh Curry, Partner, Dentons US LLP
Nakul Warrier, Assistant General Counsel, Ricoh USA, Inc.
Kevin Greenleaf, Counsel, Dentons US LLP
Jonathan Stroud, Chief Patent Counsel, Unified Patents, Inc.