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Patent Trial and Appeal Board Proceedings: Friend or Foe?

April 23, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central

April 23, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central

The America Invents Act introduced new proceedings for the post-grant review of issued U.S. Patents. Passed into law in 2011 and enacted in 2012, the inter partes review (IPR) procedure allows any entity to request that the U.S. Patent Office initiate a review of a valid, issued U.S. Patent.

Now that IPR is more than five years old, institutions of higher education are asking themselves whether IPR is a friend or foe. This webinar discusses IPR proceedings with a focus on aspects that may impact public and private higher education institutions.

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This program continues Baker Donelson's year-long series of free webinars focused on legal issues facing universities and colleges. Future 2018 webinars will address today's immigration challenges for universities, emerging labor and employment issues for higher ed, a college athletics legal update, and the latest trends in Title IX sexual misconduct cases, among other matters. Please contact us for information about our 2017 Higher Education webinar series, which featured programs regarding campus construction, managing university patents, best practices for Title IX and other internal investigations, and athletics strategic planning, among other topics.

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