Managing Patent Litigation Effectively

November 12, 2013

In-house and Outside Counsel's Roles in Streamlining Disputed Issues, Making Costs More Predictable, and Minimizing Business Impact

 

Managing Patent Litigation EffectivelyOn Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds held a presentation on "Managing Patent Litigation Effectively: In-house and Outside Counsel's Roles in Streamlining Disputed Issues, Making Costs More Predictable, and Minimizing Business Impact" at the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Managing patent litigation today requires open and interactive lines of communication between in-house and outside counsel.  This approach promotes efficient case flow while allowing limited resources to be focused on the most important issues.
 
Are you using the most productive patent litigation strategies?  Attend this event to learn how to create an effective partnership between in-house and outside counsel that is attuned to the issues that matter.
 
Topics covered:

  • Ways to streamline disputed issues
  • The Federal Circuit Advisory Council’s recent Model Order limiting claims and prior art
  • The major cost drivers in patent litigation today
  • Strategies to control costs and make them more predictable
  • Reducing the business impact of patent litigation
  • In-house and outside counsel's roles in achieving these goals
     

 

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November 12, 2013

In-house and Outside Counsel's Roles in Streamlining Disputed Issues, Making Costs More Predictable, and Minimizing Business Impact

 

Managing Patent Litigation EffectivelyOn Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds held a presentation on "Managing Patent Litigation Effectively: In-house and Outside Counsel's Roles in Streamlining Disputed Issues, Making Costs More Predictable, and Minimizing Business Impact" at the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Managing patent litigation today requires open and interactive lines of communication between in-house and outside counsel.  This approach promotes efficient case flow while allowing limited resources to be focused on the most important issues.
 
Are you using the most productive patent litigation strategies?  Attend this event to learn how to create an effective partnership between in-house and outside counsel that is attuned to the issues that matter.
 
Topics covered:

  • Ways to streamline disputed issues
  • The Federal Circuit Advisory Council’s recent Model Order limiting claims and prior art
  • The major cost drivers in patent litigation today
  • Strategies to control costs and make them more predictable
  • Reducing the business impact of patent litigation
  • In-house and outside counsel's roles in achieving these goals
     

 

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