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On Demand

Trends in IP Litigation and the Impact of 2020 Moving Forward

1h 2m

Created on November 17, 2020




Between a global pandemic, a Supreme Court engaged on a host of IP issues, and an increased willingness on the part of lawmakers to reexamine past IP laws, 2020 has been a year unlike any other for IP attorneys, with sometimes unclear implications for IP litigation. This program, presented by Skadden attorneys Rachel Blitzer, Jordan Feirman, and Ed Tulin, will discuss recent developments and trends in copyright, patent, trade secret, and trademark law, with a particular focus on this past year and what it may mean for IP litigation going forward.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Analyze trends in the content and location of IP lawsuits
  2. Review the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on IP litigation practice
  3. Track recent proposed or enacted legislation that will impact IP litigation
  4. Identify and discuss "hot topic" substantive IP issues and key judicial decisions

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