International Trade Commission section 337 investigations

The Sedona Conference WG9/WG10 Patent Litigation Working Groups 2017 Annual Meeting

02/27/2017 01:45 p.m. - 02:45 p.m.

Intellectual Property Litigation and ITC Litigation

The St. Regis Houston
1919 Briar Oaks Ln.
Houston, TX 77027

G. Brian Busey

G. Brian Busey

Speaking Engagement

Brian Busey is a moderator for the panel: International Trade Commission section 337 investigations at the Annual Meeting of The Sedona Conference’s Working Group 9 on Patent Damages and Remedies (WG9) and Working Group 10 on Patent Litigation Best Practices (WG10) on February 27-28, 2017 in Houston, TX.

WG9 and WG10 has several ongoing and newly launched Commentary drafting projects in process, including on:

  • WG10 Chapter on Parallel USPTO Proceedings ("Stage Two" - from the perspective of USPTO Patent and Trial Appeal Board (PTAB) litigation)
  • WG10 Chapter on Multi-District Litigation and "Pseudo-MDLs"
  • WG10 Section on Willful Infringement in light of Halo Electronics
  • WG10 Chapter on International Trade Commission Section 337 Patent Litigation
  • WG10 Chapter on Biopharma Litigation
  • WG9 Commentary on Case Management of Patent Damages and Remedies Issues
  • WG9 Section on Patent Damages Hearings
  • WG9 Commentary on Standard-Essential Patents and FRAND Issues

Join the dialogue to bring these commentaries, with their principles and best practice recommendations for a better patent system, toward true non-partisan, consensus-based publication in the true Sedona fashion.

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