In-House Counsel’s Guide to Patents (2017)

Production Date: May 25, 2017 Practice Areas: Intellectual Property Law and Patent Law Estimated Length: 3677 minutes


$ 59 Intellectual Property Law and Patent Law In Stock

This course, led by White & Williams Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property group, Frank Bruno, provides an overview of U.S. patent law, focusing on aspects of a patent’s life cycle from invention to licensing and litigation.

This session also features a discussion of U.S. and foreign patenting issues, along with a discussion of recent significant court cases.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify inventions and determine their eligibility and patentability
  2. Examine the life cycle of a patent
  3. Understand the USPTO patent prosecution process and examine significant international patent issues
  4. Explore patent assertion and licensing techniques and responses
  5. Summarize an overview of patent litigation and discuss recent relevant court cases

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Eve L.
Danville, IL

Well prepared. Great presentation!

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Irvine, CA


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Francine D. W.
Mill Valley, CA

While I practice IP law, my practice area does not cover patents. This was an excellent overview of the patent process.

Kirk L.
New York, NY

Well-done talk—simplifying a not so simple subject matter and laying out a nice time line for the life of a patent.

Kevin X.
Rowland Heights, CA

very nice overview. the presentation was clear and informative.

Richard K.
Elkridge, MD

Exceptional Instructor