Access Period: 30 days
Duration: 4 Hours
In today's economic environment, patents have become an increasingly important asset for both individuals and corporations. Licensing revenue has become a significant source of value in the global intellectual property economy. This course will tell you what you need to know about U.S. patent litigation and will provide in-depth insights into the practical realities of patent disputes in the U.S.
Is this Web Seminar RePlay for You?
This course is geared toward executives, in-house counsel, in-house patent agents, and senior managers across industries, such as automotive and aerospace. Participants may be both U.S. and non-U.S. -- anyone who needs help in understanding what to expect and what the realities are should they become involved in U.S. patent litigation.
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"Get what you need to know in a format that works very well."
J. O. Burke
Kold Ban International
By participating in this web seminar replay, you will be able to:
- Obtain an overview of U.S. patent litigation
- Explain the basic legal principles for liability and damages in patent cases
- Gain insights into how patent disputes are resolved
- Predict the fees and expenses associated with bringing and/or defending a patent case in the U.S.
- Anticipate the scope of discovery in, and/or business disruption arising from, a U.S. patent case
- Peek into the future of potential patent law reform
- Overview of Patent Litigation
- Issues the patent-owner has to prove
- Issue the accused infringer has to prove
- What is the Scope of Discovery?
- Documents, including e-documents
- Third parties (e.g. customers, suppliers)
- Confidentiality of discovery materials
- Who Decides Liability and Damages?
- How Long Does it Take from Filing to Trial?
- District Courts
- How Much Does it Cost?
- Fees and expenses
- Contingency fees
- Recovery of fees and expenses
- What Changes are on the Horizon?
- Supreme Court
- Patent law reform
Instructor(s): Russell Evan Levine
Mr. Levine is a Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP where he has spent his entire career of over twenty-five years. He focuses his trial, appellate and alternative dispute resolution practice on patent infringement matters and disputes centered around technology transfer and patent license agreements. His trial practice includes jury trials, arbitrations and Section 337 proceedings before the U.S. International Trade Commission. His appellate practice concentrates on appeals in the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. His technology transfer and licensing practice includes structuring and negotiating both licensing-in and licensing-out transactions.
Mr. Levine has received numerous accolades for his IP practice. His strategy of seeking and obtaining a Writ of Mandamus earned him “stand-out” recognition in The Financial Times, U.S. Innovative Lawyers 2011. He also won the International Law Office 2012 Client Choice Award in Litigation for the U.S. Additionally, Mr. Levine is named in the 2012 edition of IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners and IAM Strategy 300: The World’s Leading IP Strategists.
Mr. Levine is active in bar associations, industry organizations, and his community. He is the President-Elect of LES (USA & Canada); on the American Heart Association’s Chicago Board of Directors; Chair of the By-Laws Committee of the Midwest Section of the United States Tennis Association; and the immediate Past-Chair of the President’s Council at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry.
Mr. Levine is an author and frequent speaker on Intellectual Property issues. He is co-editor of “International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law.” His “Top 10” workshop at the LES Annual Meeting is consistently standing room only. Since 1988, he also has taught a course for the Society of Automotive Engineers entitled “Patent Law for Engineers.”
Mr. Levine holds a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering and a B.S. in Economics, both from the University of Michigan. He received his law degree from the University of Chicago, and he is on the World Intellectual Property Organization’s List of Mediators and Arbitrators.
- Thirty days of online single-user access (from date of purchase) to the two session, approximately four hour, recorded presentation
- Course workbook (downloadable, .pdf's)
- Online learning assessment
- Instructor follow up to YOUR content questions
- .4 CEUs* (with satisfactory assessment score)
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- Pentium III PC
- Minimum 128 MB RAM; recommended 256 MB RAM
- Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, or 9 browser (IE 10 & 11, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Unix/Linus based browsers are not currently supported)
- Adobe Flash Player 8.0 & above
- Broadband-128Kbps and above
- 1024 X 768 Screen Resolution
- Sound Card/Speakers