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Upcoming Live Webinars
AIPLA CLE Webinar: Exploring Issues Facing AI, Computer-Implemented, and Life Sciences Inventions in the EPO and US, including Subject Matter Eligibility and Written Description
February 10, 2022 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM | 1.5 CLE Credits AvailableThe panel’s goal is to review the most current issues facing practitioners on both sides of the Atlantic and consider practical solutions to try and navigate or mitigate those challenges. Andrew Bentham (JA Kemp) and Courtenay Brinckerhoff (Foley & Lardner) intend to address issues facing Innovators in the Life Sciences/Biotech areas including written description and subject matter eligibility, with Andrew focusing on the EPO and Courtenay on the USPTO. Mike Jennings (AA Thornton) and Michael Piper (Conley Rose) will jointly consider the new guidelines in the EPO and compare EPO and US Guidance Examples to assess ideas for effective specification and claim drafting for AI/ML and computer simulation and computer-implemented inventions more generally in Europe and the US.
AIPLA CLE Webinar: Damages 2021 Year-in-Review: Lessons and Litigation Strategies
February 15, 2022 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM | 1.5 CLE Credits AvailableThis 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 several of 2021’s most interesting IP damages cases. Among other topics, our panel will discuss recent developments in apportionment, admissibility, damages attributable to use outside the U.S., facts relevant to the hypothetical negotiation, lost profits, and ethics.
AIPLA CLE Webinar: Global FRAND Licensing in the Digital Era: Negotiation, Disputes, Remedies, and Resolutions Across Jurisdictions
March 9, 2022 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM | 1.5 CLE Credits AvailableExperts from Europe, Japan, the UK, and the US share global and country-jurisdiction experiences on negotiating “fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory” (FRAND) licenses for the use of “standard essential patents” (SEPs)—for smart phones, smart cars, and other digital products and services. Current and evolving mechanisms to achieve FRAND licenses will be discussed—ranging from incentives for closing deals by amicable negotiation, court-imposed remedies like injunctions, royalty rate-setting, and damages, to alternative dispute resolution like mediation and arbitration. Meanwhile, the panel will address views on SEPs debated within various government authorities, with examples from Japan.
Webinars on the Horizon...
- Patent Prosecution Comparison in US & EU - February 10
- 2021 Damages Year in Review - February 15
- FRAND - March 9
- A Comparison of Trademark Practice in CA/US/EP - March 15
- Canadian Patent Updates - April 6
On-Demand Webinar Library
AIPLA offers online CLE and professional development webinars on your schedule through our Online Learning Academy.