10/26: Patent Litigation: Double Dutch
October 26, 2020 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
90 CLE Minutes
Double Dutch: Mastering the Interplay Between District Court and PTAB Litigation: Leveraging PTAB with District Court Proceedings, and vice versa
Nicholas Kim, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA
Saving Time and Resources? Update on latest cases regarding estoppel from PTAB actions and obtaining stays of district court litigation. -- Scott Daniels, Westerman Hattori Daniels & Adrian, Tysons Corner, VA
Navigating the New TPG: Guidance on the latest Trial Practice Guide amendments; developments in PTAB time bars, what you should know about appellate standing before filing a petition, and how to stop the remand cycle after appeal from the PTAB. --Scott Kamholz, Covington & Burling, LLP, Washington, DC
Standard Differences: What you need to know to get your SEP/FRAND patent damages case ready for trial -- Honorable Randall R. Rader (retired), The Rader Group, Alexandria, VA
Design Patent Damages: What you need to know to get your design patent damages case ready for trial. -- Gregory Pinsonneault, LitiNomics, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA
Damages Without Borders: Whether and how US patent damages can capture foreign sales/uses. -- Felicia Boyd, Norton Rose Fulbright, Minneapolis, MN
Microsoft | Senior Attorney, IP Litigation
Boyd, Felicia J.
Norton Rose Fulbright | PartnerFelicia Boyd is a Chambers ranked litigator with extensive experience as a leader in complex IP disputes involving patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade dress both in and out of court spanning a diverse array of industries, including financial and investment services, medical devices (such as pacemakers, heart valves, defibrillators and synchronization devices), software, music, pharmaceuticals and manufactured goods.
LitNomics | Managing Director/CEOFor more than 17 years, Gregory Pinsonneault has delivered consulting services and expert testimony in commercial litigation matters concerning economic, financial, and business issues. While he's primarily focused on the calculation of economic damages, he's also assessed liability and provided non-litigation consulting services.
Rader, Randall R.
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit | Former Chief JudgeThe Honorable Randall Rader has been a thought leader in the field of intellectual property law and jurisprudence for over 25 years. His work as Chief Judge, his publications, and his work teaching patent law globally to students, judges and government officials has left an indelible mark on the field of IP law and the protection of IP rights throughout the world. Judge Rader was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by President George H. W. Bush in 1990 and assumed the duties of Chief Judge on June 1, 2010.
Kamholz M.D., Ph.D., Scott E.
Covington | Of CounselScott Kamholz has scored major wins for clients in PTAB cases involving blockbuster life science technologies. He combines his experience as an Administrative Patent Judge and background in medicine, biophysics, and engineering to advise clients in the life sciences sector on a variety of complex patent litigation matters and PTAB proceedings.
Daniels, Scott M.
Westerman, Hattori, Daniels & Adrian | Of CounselMr. Daniels heads the firm’s litigation group, where he handles litigation matters in district courts and at the International Trade Commission. Mr. Daniels also counsels clients by providing infringement and validity opinions, as well as guiding clients’ strategies using post-grant tools such as inter partes review and reexamination.