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Bloomberg BNA and the International Intellectual Property Institute will Convene Administrative Patent Judges and Leading Practitioners to Explore the America Invents Act at a Two-Day Conference in Arlington, VA
Arlington, Va. (February 18, 2014) — The America Invents Act has led to significant changes in the American patent system, including the expansion of post-grant patent review. Bloomberg BNA, in cooperation with the International Intellectual Property Institute, is hosting a two-day, CLE credit-eligible conference that will address the fundamentals of the new procedure as well as the major effect the new reviews could have on patent litigation.
More than 30 prominent judges, lawyers and academics are scheduled to speak, including:
The conference, to be held on
February 19 and 20, 2014 at the Bloomberg BNA offices in Arlington, VA, will
provide an overview of the statutory and regulatory basis for post-grant
practice and will feature mock demonstrations with prominent attorneys in the
field. Luncheons are scheduled for both days and Hon. Randall Rader and Hon.
Pauline Newman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will be the
keynote speakers. For a full agenda, please go to: http://www.bna.com/aia-postgrant-patent-l17179880314/
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About International Intellectual Property Institute
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