Events / Seminars / CLEs

Duncan Parking as a Case Study in Avoiding DOE Infringement, Leveraging Claim Construction and Joint Inventorship at the PTAB and in Federal Court

February 25, 2021

Title:

Duncan Parking as a Case Study in Avoiding DOE Infringement, Leveraging Claim Construction and Joint Inventorship at the PTAB and in Federal Court

Description:

Panitch attorneys Phil Hirschhorn and Aaron Pereira use the Federal Circuit’s 2019 decision in Duncan Parking Techs. v. IPS Group as a vehicle to discuss established and emerging patent law issues in joint inventorship, doctrine of equivalents infringement, claim construction, and case management strategies. While the Duncan Parking decision itself did not make new law, the procedural history and appellate record, which consolidated cases from federal district court and the PTAB, serves as an excellent starting point to discuss litigation strategies and best practices for leveraging the factual and legal issues that play out in parallel proceedings in district court and at the PTO, in light of the varying levels of deference on appeal..

Credits:

1.0 PA and DE CLE Pending

Date:

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Time: 

12:30 – 1:30 PM

Lunch:

No

Presenter(s):

Philip L. Hirschhorn, Partner and Aaron L.J. Pereira, Counsel

Location: 

Zoompre-registration required as space is limited

Registration Link:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvd-2upj8vHtYMaWFD1KIP3tkCExv_4Pj7  ‚Äč

Cost:

$40.00 USD

Payment Link:

https://secure.lawpay.com/pages/panitch-schwarze-belisario-and-nadel/operating

Payment Reference:

February 25, 2021 Webinar – YOUR NAME

Payment Due By:

Monday, February 22, 2021

Contact:

Miki Yamaguchi

IP Practice Manager

215-965-1387

myamaguchi@panitchlaw.com  

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