Kilpatrick Townsend Intellectual Property Seminars Summer Series is an intensive, two-day patent strategy and protection seminar designed to provide insightful and in-depth training related to current developments in patent law, and how those impact patent procurement and enforcement strategies. This year’s seminar will be held from August 1st to 2nd in Silicon Valley.
- Foreign Patent Prosecution Considerations and Strategies from a U.S. Practitioner's Perspective
- Design Patent and Trade Dress Law
- International Supply Chains: IP Considerations in the Engagement and Management of Off-Shore Developers, Contractors and Vendors
- Everything You Need to Know (or Want to Know) about Tax Issues Impacting IP in 45 Minutes
- Protecting Knowledge Assets
- Current Strategies for Protecting and Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights Using Patents and Trade Secrets
- How to Favorably Influence the Outcome of Your IPRs
- Update on Key Patent Cases and Trends
- 2016 Update on Ethics from Patent Counsel
- High Tech/Alice Track:
- Recent Section 101 Decisions and Their Impact on Effective Claim Drafting
- Evolution of Software Patenting and Alice Strategies
- Life Sciences Track:
- USPTO Update: New Guidelines on Subject Matter Eligibility for Patenting
- Advanced Chemical Claim Drafting
- Defining Indefiniteness: How To Be Sure That You’re Not So Sure
Please contact Alana Soumas with any questions.
Monday, August 1, 2016
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