The Supreme Court Patent Roundup (2016-2017 Term)

(262 Ratings)

Produced on: February 08, 2018

Course Format On Demand Audio

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Course Description

Time 60 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

The Supreme Court continues to issue rulings in the patent space, with the 2016-2017 term being particularly prolific. Join attorney Steven Rubin as he dives into five of the latest term's patent decisions.

For each decision, he will discuss the background law and examine cases leading up to the Supreme Court's decision. Additionally, he will dissect the decisions themselves and provide guidance on the impact of these decisions and address how to practice moving forward.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Address the scope of infringement as it relates to exportation of products
  2. Identify the new venue rules for filing patent infringement actions
  3. Explore the possible loss of the laches defense
  4. Clarify what types of sales may exhaust patent rights in the United States
  5. Ascertain what parts of a product may be used to calculate damages in a design patent case



Faculty

Steven S. Rubin

Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP

Steven Rubin is a Partner with the firm where he Chairs the Patent Practice Group and Co-Chairs its Cybersecurity Practice Group.

Mr. Rubin has 15 years of experience in consulting clients on patent related matters.  He advises clients throughout all phases of a patent’s life from conception by an inventor to enforcement. He drafts and prosecutes patent applications and has managed large international patent portfolios. In addition, Mr. Rubin also identifies potential patent infringement assertions and potential cross-licensing opportunities and provides infringement opinions as needed. He represents clients in patent enforcement and litigation matters domestically and internationally and reviews patent portfolios and pending patent litigations in relation to corporate mergers, acquisitions and investments. He also represents companies of all sizes from start-ups to multi-national corporations. 

In the cybersecurity space, Mr. Rubin relies on his technology background in counseling clients and creating written information security plans (WISPs). The WISP may be used by companies to mitigate the risk of, and potentially limit exposure from, a data breach. Mr. Rubin also serves as part of a multi-disciplinary team that can be called into action when a company is sued for actions associated with a data breach.

Mr. Rubin focuses his practice on technology relating to electronics and computer science and has worked in diverse fields such as software; multi-core architecture; augmented reality; optical communication; information processing; image processing; security systems; video conferencing; network based technologies, including cloud computing; mobile applications; search engines; military defense systems; physics; material science; encryption; chemical engineering; nanotechnology; medical devices; microlithography; RF-ID; fabrication and production of semiconductor devices; computer and network architecture and monitoring; circuits; coding/decoding, processing and transmission of signals; antennas; cell phone and pager technology; printer and display technology including LCD control; transmission, compression, synchronization, processing, and display of television signals; optical communications and lens technologies; mechanical devices; and lighting circuitry.

As a recognized leader in his field, Mr. Rubin speaks and publishes extensively on various issues and topics pertaining to patent law and cybersecurity law. He has been quoted in IP Law & Business, Forbes Magazine, Information Week, World Intellectual Property Law Review, macnewsworld.com, ecommercetimes.com, TechNewsWorld, Linuxinsider, EE Times, IPLaw360.com, Information Display Magazine, Newsday and Long Island Business News, and in December 2012, he appeared as a legal analyst on PBS's Nightly Business Report (NBR) "Profiting from Patents".

In addition to his legal career, Mr. Rubin mentors law students at Hofstra University School of Law.  He has also taught intellectual property law at Stony Brook University, as well as patent law at Brooklyn Law School, Fordham University School of Law, Stony Brook University and Farmingdale State College.


Reviews

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Neil O.

Very good presentation.

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Robert J.

Good speaker Good summary

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John M.

excellent presentation!

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THOMAS F.

Mr. Rubin was excellent at analyzing complex cases and summarizing the results in clear and understandable terms.

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Joseph R.

wow!

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Michael J. L.

Steven Rubin is first class, and as a near 50 year commercial litigator who has handled every kind of commercial case, I think I have the right to say that. And please pass on my kudos to Mr. Rubin. Mike Levin

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Arnold B.

Good course. Nice ez presentation for tough subject.

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Nathaniel F.

SUPERB!

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Jessica I.

great! Entertaining also.

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B.A. S.

Very personable presenter.

SH
Steven H.

great substance

VC
Veronica C.

Great presentation!

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Andrew A.

very much appreciate the latch joke

DM
David M.

A cut above usual presenters

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Stephen Lee H.

Great PRogram.

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Nepolina C.

excellent summary!

DG
David G.

Great CLE

GP
Gregory P.

My favorite presenter by far.

AF
Amy F.

Excellent!

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