Mary Murray to be Featured Speaker for Suffolk University Law School Program - Dealing with the Changing Landscape of Patent Law

March 2008

Friday, March 28 marks Suffolk University Law School's Annual Intellectual Property Conference. This year's event is designed to provide tips, tactics, and strategies to deal with the changing landscape of patent law.

Mary Murray, Ph.D. of our firm was involved in the initial planning of the event and will moderate a session on the impact of changes and trends in patent law on different industries and practice relating to litigation, prosecution, licensing, and strategic planning.

Brian Hanlon, Deputy Director of the Office of Patent Legal Administration will be discussing current issues and initiatives of the Patent Office in view of recent changes to U.S. patent law. Other speakers at the conference include in-house counsel from a variety of industries and patent attorneys who have actively been engaged by the Senate and Congress to assess proposed legislative changes.

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain an overview of significant recent Supreme Court and CAFC decisions involving patent law
  • Learn how different industries may be affected by the changes and uncertainties in patent law
  • Discover the tactics and strategies being adopted by different industries to cope with the ever changing landscape of patent law
  • Learn up-to-the-minute information on the state of USPTO and legislative patent reform

Who should attend?

This program is an ideal educational opportunity for patent prosecutors, litigators, in-house counsel, and anyone involved in transactional work involving patent technology.

Fri., March 28 | 9am - 4pm | Suffolk University Law School
 

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March 2008

Friday, March 28 marks Suffolk University Law School's Annual Intellectual Property Conference. This year's event is designed to provide tips, tactics, and strategies to deal with the changing landscape of patent law.

Mary Murray, Ph.D. of our firm was involved in the initial planning of the event and will moderate a session on the impact of changes and trends in patent law on different industries and practice relating to litigation, prosecution, licensing, and strategic planning.

Brian Hanlon, Deputy Director of the Office of Patent Legal Administration will be discussing current issues and initiatives of the Patent Office in view of recent changes to U.S. patent law. Other speakers at the conference include in-house counsel from a variety of industries and patent attorneys who have actively been engaged by the Senate and Congress to assess proposed legislative changes.

Benefits of attending:

  • Gain an overview of significant recent Supreme Court and CAFC decisions involving patent law
  • Learn how different industries may be affected by the changes and uncertainties in patent law
  • Discover the tactics and strategies being adopted by different industries to cope with the ever changing landscape of patent law
  • Learn up-to-the-minute information on the state of USPTO and legislative patent reform

Who should attend?

This program is an ideal educational opportunity for patent prosecutors, litigators, in-house counsel, and anyone involved in transactional work involving patent technology.

Fri., March 28 | 9am - 4pm | Suffolk University Law School
 

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