Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Upcoming Conference: ITC Litigation & Enforcement

The American Conference Institute (ACI) will be holding its 2nd Expert Forum on ITC Litigation & Enforcement Wednesday, February 24 to Thursday, February 25, 2010 in New York.  The conference provides inside, in-depth guidance on this growing critical practice from a faculty of judges, senior ITC officials, and litigators.  Topics include:

  • Evaluating Where to Litigate International IP Disputes
  • Positioning Complainants, Respondents and Intervenors in Section 337 Cases
  • Successfully Working the Logistics of Section 337 Litigation
  • Coordinating Related Parties & Proceedings Managing Litigation through Discovery, Claim Construction, Summary Determination and Trial
  • Meeting the Challenge of the ITC’s Unique Trial Procedures
  • Seeking Commission Review and Modification of ALJ Decisions
  • Understanding and Maximizing the Available Remedies in Section 337 ITC Cases
  • Addressing Downstream Remedy Strategies Post-Kyocera
  • Meeting the Challenges Faced by In-House Counsel in Section 337 Cases
The conference also includes a "View from the Bench" session that includes ITC Chief Administrative Law Judge Paul J. Luckern and ITC Judges Theodore R. Essex and Robert K. Rogers.
 
Early registration will be available through December 18th - you can register for this conference
 
By phone: 888-224-2480
By Facsimile: 877-927-1563
Email: CustomerService@AmericanConference.com
 
Or visit the ACI website at http://www.americanconference.com/itclitigation.htm
 
271 Patent Blog Readers are eligible for a $200 discount - enter discount code "Patent 271" when registering online.

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