Seminar May 11, 2015

A Post-Alice Eligibility Roadmap and General Ethical Considerations for In-House Counsel

Event Detail
M. Scott Stevens, Michael Kaeding
May 11, 2015
Cary, NC

In this seminar, Alston & Bird attorneys Dave Easwaran, Jim Carroll, Scott Stevens and Mike Kaeding addressed two important issues facing in-house counsel for high-tech companies.

The first part of the seminar addressed software patent protection in the post-Alice world. Our attorneys provided a post-Alice blueprint for invention harvesting and patent prosecution, along with an analysis of PTAB eligibility decisions and a discussion of Alice-related litigation strategies. The second part of the seminar featured an interactive discussion of ethical issues in-house IP counsel encounter on a daily basis.

Program Registration: 2:45pm
Seminar: 3:00-5:00pm

2 hours of CLE (1 hour Ethics) pending.

Questions? Contact Willis Whitley at 704.444.1043 or willis.whitley@alston.com

May 11, 2015
The Umstead Hotel and Spa / 100 Woodland Pond Dr. / Cary, NC 27513

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