Join us for the Tenth Annual Conference on the Role of the Courts in Patent Law and Policy,
hosted by Georgetown Law's Institute for Technology Policy and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.
Panelists will explore approaches to case management, the latest developments regarding Section 101, and recent changes to practice before the Patent Trials and Appeals Board and the ITC. Hear experts debate current issues in patent remedies, and analyze key cases decided by the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit in the past year and year to come.
With keynote remarks by Federal Circuit Judge Alan Lourie and PTO Director Andrei Iancu, the event features federal judges from critical district courts and the PTAB alongside leading academics and practitioners. The program offers practitioners, policymakers, and all attendees an unmatched opportunity to learn how patent doctrine affects innovation and competition, and to explore the courts' role in shaping patent policy.
CLE credit available - see details below.