2018 AIPLA Annual Meeting - Washington, DC
October 25 to 27, 2018
Washington, DC, US
Register Today for the 2018 AIPLA Annual Meeting!
The 2018 AIPLA Annual Meeting is a three-day conference for lawyers in private and corporate practice, in government service, and in the academic community, as well as patent agents and other IP law professionals looking to maximize their skills. The conference sessions combine to deliver top-notch sessions on up-to-the-minute trends, industry insights, and innovations that will push your career to new heights.
And as always, we aim to take the "work" out of networking with lengthened coffee breaks, more cocktail receptions, lunches, dinners, and parties!
Join a diverse, global community of law firms, companies, and institutions involved in the practice of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and other unfair competition laws at AIPLA's 2018 Annual Meeting.
New Examination Guide on Specimen Examination
July 16, 2019The United States Patent & Trademark Office published a new examination guide titled, "Examination of Specimens for Use in Commerce: Digitally Created or Altered and Mockup Specimens."
Federal Circuit Says No Standing for GE Without Specific Injury
July 15, 2019The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on July 10, 2019, held that General Electric Co.‘s position as a patent owner’s competitor was insufficient to establish standing to appeal a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision.
PTAB Designates Decision as Precedential
July 12, 2019The US Patent and Trademark Office on July 10, 2019, designated as precedential Focal Therapeutics, Inc. v. SenoRx, Inc., Case IPR2014-00116 (PTAB July 21, 2014) (Paper 19).
IP Practice in China 2019 Trip
July 11, 2019The IP Practice in China Committee delegation kicked of this year's trip with a dinner with Dennis Duncan, the USPTO IP Attache based in Beijing, who provided a briefing of current developments in China.
Federal Circuit Sends Reissue Patent Tiff Back to PTAB
July 10, 2019The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on July 5, 2019, held that the Patent Trial & Appeal Board must reexamine Global IP Holdings LLC’s bid to broaden the scope of its patent.