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"Last Party Standing: Who Has Standing to Appeal Administrative Decisions to the Federal Circuit?" Webcast

"Last Party Standing: Who Has Standing to Appeal Administrative Decisions to the Federal Circuit?" Webcast

May 22, 2018
Federal Circuit Bar Association Conference Room
Washington, District of Columbia
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST

Horizons Series Webcast Event




Presented by the PTAB/TTAB Committee
 
The 2011 America Invents Act allows anyone to challenge a patent in a post-grant proceeding before the PTAB, but this broad grant has created Article III standing issues when appealing PTAB final written decisions to the Federal Circuit.  The court has resolved some standing issues in recent cases, but many questions remain unanswered.  This expert panel will review the law governing Article III standing as applied to appeals from the PTAB, highlight unresolved issues, and discuss advantages and disadvantages to differing approaches to standing requirements for patent challenges.


Moderator

Russell E. Cass, Member, Clark Hill PLC

Panelists

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Associate Professor of Law, Texas A&M University

Jonathan Stroud, Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, Unified Patents Inc.

Matthew Dowd, Co-Founder, Dowd Scheffel PLLC
 

Registration Information

Private Practitioner

FCBA Member - Complimentary
Non-Member - $125

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 appear.

For special “group” pricing and student groups interested in FREE internet participation, contact Josh Morales, morales@fedcirbar.org.

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