Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Upcoming Events

Strategies for Managing Intellectual Property Litigation Summit - February 28, 2007 — New York City

Incremental Advantage is presenting this informative seminar on the management of IP litigation and its impact on the enterprise value of a company. Numerous distinguished IP professionals will discuss best practices for managing intellectual property in terms of deriving shareholder value and in terms of using IP as a strategic weapon. Topics include:

  • An Overview of Breaking IP Litigation Issues
  • Strategies for Managing IP Litigation
  • Financing IP Litigation
  • Computer and Internet Law
  • Patent Trolls: Identifying Them & Mitigating Their Damage
  • Permanent Injunction from an Economist’s Perspective
  • Business Methods Patents
  • Best Practices for IP Litigation, and
  • Trade Secrets and the Protection of Intellectual Property
The seminar will be hosted at the Harvard Club in New Your City. To register by phone or mail, call Neomi Barazani at 609-919-1895 x100, or email neomi@incrementaladvantage.com.


Patent Litigation - March 2, 2007 - Las Vegas

Dunes CLE is presenting this seminar at the Bellagio hotel and casino in Las Vegas. The seminar will include numerous discussions on recent caselaw developments, and will also discuss strategies for implementing successful patent enforcement and defense strategies. Topics will include:
  • Post-Issuance Litigation Matters
  • The Consequences of Failing to Perform an Adequate Pre-Filing Investigation Before Filing a Patent Infringement Action
  • The Interplay Between Patents and Trade Secrets
  • Be Prepared for the Perfect Storm-Litigating Software Patents
  • A Primer on the FRCP's New Electronic Discovery Rules for Patent Litigators
  • I Am an Assignee/Exclusive Licensee, Why Can’t I Sue for Infringement?
To register for this event, click here.

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