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Having Your AIA Cake and Eating It Too: Recent Decisions Addressing the Scope of AIA Estoppel

Having Your AIA Cake and Eating It Too: Recent Decisions Addressing the Scope of AIA Estoppel

April 25, 2017
Federal Circuit Bar Association Conference Room
Washington, District of Columbia

Horizons Series Webcast Event

While inter partes review provides a powerful means for challenging patentability, Congress also included an estoppel provision, which is intended to limit the arguments petitioners can raise following PTAB review. The Board, district courts, and the Federal Circuit are grappling with the precise scope of that estoppel. Our panel of practitioners, in-house attorneys, and a PTO associate solicitor will explore recent decisions addressing the scope of AIA estoppel and what we can expect as more cases reach the Federal Circuit.

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Moderator

Jason Romrell, Attorney at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

Panelists

Benjamin Hickman - Associate Solicitor at the United States Patent and Trademark Office

Andrew Trask - Patent Litigation Counsel at Google 

J. Steven Baughman - Attorney at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP 

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Registration Information

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FCBA Member - Complimentary
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Government/Academic/Retired

FCBA Member/Students - Complimentary
Non-Member - $50

FCBA will seek CLE credit from applicable states for paying registrants and for members of the FCBA from within the United States (except OH,NH & PR).

To register for this program, please follow the Registration button above. You will need to sign into your FCBA account (or create one if you do not already have one). If you are a member, the complimentary pricing will automatically show.

For special “group” pricing and student groups interested in FREE internet participation, contact Sean Tugjnyam, tugjnyam@fedcirbar.org.

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