The International Intellectual Property Society (“IIPS”) hosted seminars presented by world-renowned experts during its September 2012 to June 2013 season. Our speakers included many notable officials.
Transitional and non-transitional CLE credits for New York or New Jersey were available to attendees. IIPS 2012-2013 events afforded attendees the opportunity to learn about current trends and issues as well as to participate in stimulating conversations with industry peers. The presentations included:
Cutting Edge Patent-Eligibility Issues (January 8, 2013) Dr. Jennifer Gordon of Baker Botts LLP and Ken Corsello, Counsel at IBM spoke on cutting edge patent-eligibility issues. Jen presented “Human Genes and Medical Diagnostics – To Patent or Not to Patent?” and Ken discussed CLS Bank International and CLS Services Ltd. v. Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. and the patent eligibility of computer-implemented inventions at 590 Madison Avenue in New York City.
Navigating The New Induced Infringement and Identifying Best Practices for Computer-Based Claims (February 6, 2013) Scott M. Alter of Faegre Baker Daniels travels from Denver to presented “Navigating The New Induced Infringement: Tips and Practical Considerations” and William S. Hilton of Myers Wolin, LLC will addressed the topic of “Is It Capable, Or Is It Configured? Identifying Best Practices for Computer-Based Claims” at 235 East 42nd Street in New York City.
Patent Litigation in Japan from a US Perspective and IP in Latin America (March 13, 2013) Patricia A. Martone of Morrison & Foerster discussed “Patent Litigation in Japan from a US Perspective” and Bernard Malone from the Buenos Aires office of Baker & McKenzie Sociedad Civil spoke on the topic of “IP in Latin America” at the The New York Times Building in New York City.