2022 Virtual Electronic and Computer Patent Law Summit
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2022 Electronic and Computer Patent Law Virtual Summit
June 15 to 16, 2022
360 CLE Minutes
Improve Your Patent Practice
As we weave our way out of the pandemic, we are going to continue to offer this year's program as a virtual program. We're hoping to return to in-person events in the future. We have transformed the Electronic and Computer Patent Law Summit experience.
For the second time in this event's history, we are presenting an immersive virtual experience. The 2022 Electronic and Computer Patent Law Summit Series will be presented over two days, virtually, and you can join from your computer or mobile device. You can watch the sessions in real-time or on demand.
Join us June 15 & 16 from 11:00 am - 3:30 pm, ET as we explore topics relevant to electronic and computer patent law, and earn plenty of CLE credit along the way.
Wednesday, June 15
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Updates in Post-Grant Practice for Electronics and Computer Law
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Update and Practical Considerations on EPO Unified Patent
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Ethics - Practice before the USPTO
Thursday, June 16
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Updates on AI - Based Inventorship
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Ethics - Current Trends in OED Actions
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Updates on Patent-Related Cases Pending Before SCOTUS
Guidance on these topics and more will be presented by leading in-house and private practitioners, as well as preeminent legal scholars.
Presented by the AIPLA Electronic & Computer Law Committee
Who Should Attend
In-house counsel, intellectual property practitioners including litigators and patent prosecution attorneys, transactional attorneys, and scholars who are generally interested in developments surrounding intellectual property law as it relates to electronic technology and digital computing. The Summit provides an excellent forum to share knowledge and best practices.
What You Will Learn
- Pragmatic advice as to how to evolve your practice in view of changing contours of Intellectual property law
- Guidance from prosecutors and transactional experts as to the evolution of patent drafting strategies for emerging technologies
- How the changing litigation landscape may affect you’re your practice and your clients’ intellectual property strategies
- Registration fees: $195 Member/$395 Non-member. (includes live and on-demand)
This online event series is not included in All Access Pass subscriptions.
University of Surrey School of Law | Professor of Law and Health SciencesRyan Abbott is Professor of Law and Health Sciences at the University of Surrey School of Law, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Partner at Brown, Neri, Smith & Khan, LLP, and a mediator and arbitrator with JAMS.
Haynes Boone | CounselJonathan Bowser is a registered patent attorney focusing on patent litigation disputes before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and federal district courts. Jonathan has been counsel in more than 100 AIA trials before the PTAB, representing both patent challengers and patent owners, and litigates appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He also prepares and prosecutes patent portfolios in the U.S. and abroad with a specific focus on electrical, computer, networking, and medical device technologies. Jonathan is a frequent author and presenter on post-grant issues.
Cartwright, Karishma Jiva
Pierce Atwood | AssociateKarishma Cartwright focuses her practice on drafting and prosecuting software-based patent applications, including machine-learning algorithms and AI systems, for large and small corporations, startups, and universities. She also has experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the U.S. and foreign jurisdictions for the following technology areas: business methods, financial methods, network communications, electronics, medical devices, and mechanical systems.
Potter Clarkson | AttorneyPeter works with a long and growing list of European start-up companies, advising them on how to develop their IP strategies in a way that will build and support exit value.
Shook Hardy & Bacon | Of CounselKyle focuses his practice on intellectual property law, with an emphasis on litigating patent disputes. He has represented clients in district courts and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in cases involving a wide range of technologies that include chemicals, medical devices, semiconductors, financial services and consumer electronics. Kyle also has represented clients in post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office through final decision and subsequent appeals.
USPTO, Office of Enrollment and Discipline | Staff AttorneySince January 2011 to the present, Dahlia has served at the USPTO Office of Enrollment and Discipline where she investigates grievances and complaints alleging misconduct by patent and trademark practitioners; conducts moral character and “fitness to practice” applications for individuals seeking registration before the USPTO; and heads the Diversion Pilot Program for impaired practitioners.
Oklahoma City University School of Law | Assistant Professor of LawTimothy T. Hsieh (pronounced “Shay”) joined the faculty of the Oklahoma City University School of Law in the Fall of 2021 as an Assistant Professor of Law, where he focuses his research, teaching and scholarship in the areas of Intellectual Property (“IP”) as well as Law & Technology, particularly in Patent Law, Antitrust Law, Trademark Law, Copyright Law, Trade Secret Law, hybrids between all of those IP forms, Computer, Internet & Social Media Law, Information Technology & Privacy Law, Blockchain & Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) Law, Law & Literature/Film, Entertainment & Sports Law, and Asian American Legal Studies.
McCabe, Jr., Michael
McCabe Ali, LLC | Managing PartnerMichael E. McCabe, Jr. is a registered patent attorney specializing in ethics advice and representation of intellectual property professionals before the Office of Enrollment and Discipline (OED) of the U.S Patent and Trademark Office and in related State Bar matters in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Michael has proudly represented more IP professionals in ethics matters before the USPTO than any other lawyer or firm.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney | ShareholderRoger H. Lee focuses his practice on intellectual property law, with an emphasis on inter partes matters before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has extensive experience before the PTAB and has successfully represented petitioners and patent owners in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings.
Illumina | Senior Patent Attorney
Marks & Clerk | PartnerDavid is recognised as a leading practitioner for digital technologies and as an “outstanding specialist for machine learning patents” (Juve Patent UK Rankings). David’s academic background allows him to quickly and effectively understand complex computer-implemented and mathematical inventions – David holds undergraduate and master’s degrees in computer science and maths and the interface between the two and David also completed a Ph.D in Automated Reasoning before joining Marks & Clerk.
Kilburn & Strode | ChairArguably the highest profile patent attorney in Europe, Gwilym Roberts advises clients on all aspects of the patent process including IP audit and capture, IP filing strategies and patent portfolio management techniques. He acts for a range of clients including individuals, SMEs, Universities, and spin outs through to multi-nationals and handles a broad and diverse range of cases before the UK Patent Office, EPO and WIPO.
Texas A&M University School of Law | Professor of LawSaurabh Vishnubhakat writes and teaches on intellectual property law, civil procedure, and administrative law, particularly from an empirical perspective.
JOINT STATEMENT ON THE WTO's DECISION
June 23, 2022On June 23, AIPLA, along with the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), Licensing Executives Society USA & Canada, and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA) issued a joint statement on the tentative the World Trade Organization's (WTO) decision regarding the proposed TRIPs waiver compromise.
AIPLA Asks Supreme Court to Address the Role of Transformativeness in the Copyright Fair Use Analysis
June 20, 2022AIPLA files a brief in Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts v. Goldsmith, a case that addresses the role of transformativeness in the copyright fair use analysis.
AIPLA Submits Comments to EPO on 2022 Revised Guidelines for Examination
May 13, 2022On April 8, AIPLA Submitted comments to the European Patent Office (EPO) on their revised 2022 Guidelines for Examination. AIPLA welcomes the current effort of the EPO to collect comments from stakeholders regarding changes to said Guidelines. We hope that our views will assist the EPO in its process of revising its Guidelines to benefit all stakeholders rather than place unnecessary burdens on them.
JOINT STATEMENT ON TENTATIVE TRIPS WAIVER COMPROMISE
March 28, 2022On March 24, AIPLA, along with the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), Licensing Executives Society USA & Canada, and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA) issued a joint statement on the tentative TRIPs Waiver Compromise.
AIPLA Submits Comments to the USPTO Notice of the Deferred Subject Matter Eligibility Response Pilot Program.
March 8, 2022On March 7, AIPLA submitted comments on the recent USPTO Notice of the Deferred Subject Matter Eligibility Response Pilot Program. AIPLA provided a number of suggestions for the Office's consideration on improvements or clarifications to the pilot program.