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Thursday, May 8, 2014, Webinar

Recent Developments and Strategies for Avoiding or Overcoming
Obviousness-Type Double Patenting Issues
12:30 - 2:00 pm EDT

 
Course Description:
 

This webinar will discuss recent developments relating to obviousness-type double patenting and strategies for avoiding or overcoming obviousness-type double patenting issues in complex patent portfolios.  The first part of this webinar will provide an update of recent court decisions and legislative proposals for codifying obviousness-type double patenting.  Our panel of experienced practitioners will share strategies and insights, from both in-house and outside counsel perspectives, for avoiding or overcoming obviousness-type double patenting challenges.  The panel of speakers will be (1) Ms. Courtenay Brinckerhoff, Partner and Chair of the IP Law Practice of Foley & Lardner, LLP, and (2) Ms. Kimberly Prior, Senior Patent Counsel at Johnson & Johnson.  The moderator will be Mr. Andrew Freistein, Senior Associate at Wenderoth, Lind & Ponack, LLP.
 

Presented by:
 
    Courtenay Brinckerhoff                           Kimberly J. Prior                         Andrew Freistein (Moderator)
    Partner & Chair of the IP Law Practice        Senior Patent Counsel                    Senior Associate
    Foley & Lardner, LLP                                 Johnson & Johnson                       Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, LLP  

         

  
 

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​CLE INFORMATION 

AIPLA has sought CLE accreditation* in the following states:

          *CLE accreditations updated upon receipt. 
 
Alabama​ 1.5
Nevada 1.5
​Alaska 1.5
New Hampshire 1.5
​Arizona 1.5 New Jersey 1.8
​Arkansas 1.5
New Mexico 1.5
​California 1.5
New York 
(non-transitional)
1.5
​Colorado 2.0
North Carolina
​Delaware 1.5
North Dakota 1.5
​Florida
​​Oklahoma 2.0
​Georgia
Oregon
​Idaho
Puerto Rico 1.5
​Illinois 1.5
Rhode Island

Iowa 2.0
South Carolina
1.5
​Kentucky 1.5
Tennessee
1.5
Maine 1.5
Texas
1.5
Minnesota 1.5
Utah (self-study) 1.5
Mississippi 1.5
Vermont 1.5
​Missouri 1.8
​​Virginia​ 1.5
​Montana
Washington 1.5
Nebraska 1.5
Wisconsin
1.5


Wyoming 1.5
 
  

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