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The AIPLA Quarterly Journal, a publication of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, is housed at the George Washington University Law School and is edited and managed by an Editorial Board of intellectual property experts and a staff of law students under the direction of the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Joan Schaffner.
The Quarterly Journal is dedicated to presenting materials relating to intellectual property matters and is published four times per year. Editorial Board members (all of whom are lawyers) are selected based upon demonstrated interest and experience, and student staff members are selected from the students of the GWU Law School.
Eric D. Blatt, Lian Huang
Do Heightened Quality Incentives Improve the Quality of Patentability Decisions?: An Analysis of Trend Divergences During the Signatory Authority Review Program
Despite widespread consensus that the quality of patentability determinations must be improved, there has been no agreement as to how this objective should be pursued. A lack of understanding as to the effects of the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) production and quality incentive policies may have presented a barrier to such
Connor J. Hansen
Virtually Equivalent: Applying the Doctrine of Equivalents to Patented Inventions Depicted in Virtual Reality
Jessica E. Gopiao
AIPLA CLE Webinar: Damages 2023 Year-in-Review: Lessons and Litigation Strategies
March 12, 2024 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM | Up to 90 Mins CLEThis year’s panel of experts will leverage decades of deep litigation experience in patent- and other IP-related matters to provide webinar attendees with additional insight on recent cases from the perspectives of private practice litigators and testifying experts. In a conversational format, our panel will address issues of high importance from 2023’s most interesting IP damages cases. Among other topics, our panel will discuss recent developments in admissibility, apportionment, reliance on technical expert opinions, post-trial royalties, trade secret damages, and copyright statutory damages.
2024 Trade Secret Summit
March 14 to 15, 2024Registration is now Open! Please join the AIPLA Trade Secret Committee for the 2024 Trade Secret Summit, which is being held March 14-15, 2024 in Santa Clara, California. The AIPLA Trade Secret Summit is the leading trade secret conference in the nation, with speakers from across the spectrum of private practitioners, in-house counsel, government, and academia, as well as fantastic networking opportunities. Registration is now open!
2024 Advanced Chemical Patent Practice Institute
May 14 to 15, 2024This advanced course offers how the chemical/pharma patent practitioners can use fundamentally sound but oft overlooked principles to prepare and prosecute a United States chemical/pharma patent application to withstand both PTAB and district court challenges. The principles taught will greatly help those advanced chemical/pharma patent practitioners involved with prelitigation, portfolio management, litigation, Orange Book listings, Purple Book/BCPIA, regulatory practice, due diligence, health checks, and analysis of third-party patents for validity/patentability, infringement, and enforceability issues, as well as for preparing IPR and/or PGR petitions and defending the patent against them.
AIPLA 2024 Spring Meeting
May 16 to 18, 2024Join us as we bring IP professionals together to learn and connect. More information coming soon! The 2024 Spring meeting will take place in downtown Austin, at the Hilton Austin. Leadership Meetings on Wednesday, May 15. Programming scheduled May 16-18.
AIPLA 2024 Annual Meeting
October 24 to 26, 2024Join us as we bring IP professionals together to learn and connect. More information coming soon! The 2024 Annual meeting will take place at the Gaylord National Harbor Resort. Leadership Meetings on Wednesday, October 23. Programming scheduled October 24-26.