This latest series of webinars will explore emerging trends in the changing intellectual property (IP) legal environment in Europe and the United States. Our team will provide guidance for challenges faced by IP owners and advisors, and consider potential solutions. We encourage everyone to join us live or on-demand for one or all of the sessions.
26 September 2018 | Preparing for U.S. Litigation and Discovery | Register
Although not entirely unique, the U.S. litigation system—with its extensive fact and expert discovery—is foreign to many overseas companies who find themselves immersed in U.S. patent litigation, whether or not for the first time. A strategic pre-litigation analysis helps to demystify the process and put patentees and potential infringers alike in a prepared position to face U.S. litigation. Our panelists, with over 40 years combined experience in U.S. district court litigation, will provide insights on the following topics:
- Diligence: Developing initial theories of the case and collecting key documents and interviewing key witnesses to test those theories
- Engaging experts early
- Sorting out attorney-client privilege and work product applicability to documents and correspondence involving non-U.S. patent attorneys and lawyers
- Venue and jurisdictional considerations
- The changed landscape in the United States relating to attorneys' fees
Anthony Tridico, Ph.D.
Wednesday, 26 September 2018
10:00-11:00 a.m. EDT
This webinar is the fourth segment of Finnegan's 2018 series, "Bridging the Pond: Strategies for IP Prosecution and Enforcement in Europe and the United States." We hope you are able to attend.
Register: There is no charge to attend this program. Please register by Tuesday, 25 September 2018. Webinar access and dial-in information will be sent upon registration.
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