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Sidebar with AIPLA: An inside look at the oral arguments at the US Supreme Court and the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.


 

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Sidebar I:  CLS Bank v. Alice Corp.  (please click title to access recording)

En Banc Oral Argument before Federal Circuit on the Abstract Idea Exclusion to Patent Eligibility

February 15, 2013

 
Panelists:
Jerry Selinger, Patterson & Sheridan, Dallas, TX; AIPLA's Amicus Committee Chair and author of AIPLA's amicus brief
Nathan K. Kelly, Deputy Solicitor and Assistant General counsel for Intellectual Property at the USPTO, discussing the Patent Office perspective
Barbara Fiacco, Foley Hoag, LLP; member of AIPLA’s Board of Directors; host
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; providing insights from the oral argument

There is no CLE credit available for this webinar.


 

Sidebar II:  FTC v. Actavis, Inc.  (please click title to access recording)

Oral Argument before the Supreme Court on Antitrust Liability for Reverse-Payment Settlements

April 2, 2013

 
Panelists:
Steven Bradbury, Dechert, LLP, Washington, DC; author of AIPLA's amicus brief in support of Respondents
Michael Carrier, Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School, Camden, NJ; co-author of amicus brief for law, economic and business professors, and the American Antitrust Institute in support of Petitioners
Barbara Fiacco, Foley Hoag, LLP; member of AIPLA’s Board of Directors; host
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; providing insights from the oral argument

There is no CLE credit available for this webinar.


 

Sidebar III:  AMP v. Myriad Genetics, Inc.  (please click title to access recording)

Oral Argument before the Supreme Court on Patent Eligibility for Human Genes

April 22, 2013 

 
Panelists:
Barbara Rudolph, Finnegan, Washington, DC; author of AIPLA's amicus brief in support of Neither Party
Aaron Fellmeth, Professor of Law, Arizona State University College of Law, Scottsdale, AZ; author of amicus brief for GeneDX and law professors, in support of Petitioners
Barbara Fiacco, Foley Hoag, LLP; member of AIPLA’s Board of Directors; host
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; providing insights from the oral argument

There is no CLE credit available for this webinar.


  

Sidebar IV:  Lighting Ballast v. Universal Lighting  (please click title to access recording)

En Banc Oral Argument before the Federal Circuit on Deference to District Court Claim Construction
October 4, 2013

 
Panelists:
Steven J. Routh, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP; represented defendant-appellant Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.
Andrew Dhuey, represented plaintiff-appellee Lighting Ballast Control LLC
Nathan K. Kelley, Acting USPTO Solicitor, represented the government at the oral argument
Harry C. Marcus, Locke Lord, LLP; authored the amicus brief for AIPLA
Barbara Fiacco, Foley Hoag, LLP; member of AIPLA’s Board of Directors; host
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; providing insights from the oral argument

There is no CLE credit available for this webinar.



​​Sidebar V:  Alice Corporation Pty, Ltd. v. CLS Bank International (please click title to access recording)

Oral Argument before the Supreme Court on Patent Eligibility of Computer-Implemented Method

May 1, 2014

 
Panelists: 
Andrew J. Pincus, Mayer Brown; filed an amicus brief in this case on behalf of the Business Software Aliance.
Jerry Selinger, Patterson Sheridan, LLP, Chair of the AIPLA Amicus Committee and author of the AIPLA amicus brief in this case.
Scott Weidenfeller, Senior Counsel for Patent Law and Litigation, USPTO Office of the Solicitor, who has been working on Section 101 issues for the government.
Barbara Fiacco, Foley Hoag, LLP and a member of AIPLA's Board of Directors; host.
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; moderator.
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Sidebar VI:  Lexmark International, Inc. v. Impressions Products, Inc. (please click title to access recording)

Oral Argument before the Supreme Court on International Patent Exhaustion and Conditional Sales

October 13, 2015

 
Panelists:
Andrew J. Pincus, Mayer Brown; represented a group of computer companies.
Kristin Yohannan, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, LLP; represented AIPLA in writing our amicus brief.
Jim Crowne, AIPLA Deputy Executive Director for Legal Affairs; moderator.
 

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