HOT TOPICS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION
Second Annual Intellectual Property Litigation Regional CLE Workshop
Friday, June 8, 2012
Hosted by Schiff Hardin LLP
Presented by the Intellectual Property Litigation Committee
of the Section of Litigation
Panel 1 - Hot Topics in Copyright Litigation
- Should There Be a Presumption Favoring Awards of Attorney's Fees to Prevailing Parties in Copyright Litigation?
- Megaupload and the Intersection of Criminal Copyright and the DMCA
- When Politicians Love Music Too Much
Panel 2 - Secrecy in the Age of Email and Social Media
- Does the CFAA Apply to Disloyal Employees in Trade Secrets Cases?
- Protecting Trade Secrets in the New Social Media World
Panel 3 - Enforcement of Trademark Rights in a Global Economy
- Enforcement of Trademark Rights on the Internet
- Hot Topics in Trademark Law - Protection of Famous and Well Known Marks
- Trade Dress in Web Sites – Square Peg in a Round Hole
- Salt Optics, Inc. v. Jand, Inc. et al _ Document 35
- Salt Optics, Inc. v. Jand, Inc. et al _ Document 42
Panel 4 - The Impact of Recent Laws and Cases on In-House Patent Litigation Strategy – Part 1
- Compulsory Licensing After eBay
- How Much Is a Patent Infringement Worth?
- Re-examination as Patent Litigation Strategy
- Who Owns Your Genes?
- Recent Laws and Cases Affecting Patent Litigation (PowerPoint/PDF)
- Patent Panel Powerpoint
Panel 5 - Ethics: The Impact of Recent Laws and Cases on In-House Patent Litigation Strategy – Part 2: Ethical considerations affecting Patent Litigation post-Therasense