Monday, June 15, 2009

"Patent Reform: Damages" Audio Session

UCLA Law School professor Doug Lichtman continues his excellent "IP Colloquium" audio series with a new installment titled "Patent Reform: Damages." The show covers the question of how, if at all, Congress should change the way courts calculate patent damages. The show examines a series of edited excerpts from testimony recently given before the Senate, and, separately, the FTC, all on the question of damages reform. Show guest include Thomas F. Cotter (U of Minn. Law School) and Anne Layne-Farrar (LECG), both of which testified separately at the aforementioned hearings.

The show is about an hour long, and CLE credit is available. For more information and to listen to the show, click here (link)

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