The post-AIA defensive playbook is increasingly outdated: TC heartland just redrew the district court litigation map, while IPRs are no longer a sure bet with institution rates dropping from 87% to 67% for petitioners. Is your defensive strategy adapted to this changing landscape? How to move from reactive to proactive? What’s the potential impact on your budget and resources?
This panel will explore:
Preparing your defense and aligning with organizational resources
Scenario planning: What to do when approached?
Anticipating enforcement strategies
Considering the consequences - going beyond just the financials
Byron Holz, Head of IP Services, Senior IP Counsel, Nokia
Jennifer Miller, Chief IP Counsel, Change Healthcare
Marc Began, Vice President IP, Boehringer Ingelheim
Wab Kadaba, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
The 4th Annual IP Strategy Summit: Atlanta
TWELVE Hotel, Atlantic Station
361 17th Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30363
CLE: 4.3 hrs. Georgia
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