07/22/2010 08:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Appellate + Supreme Court, Intellectual Property Litigation, Life Sciences, Technology Transactions, Litigation, Financial Services Litigation, Patent Counseling + Prosecution, and Patent Litigation
Morrison & Foerster LLP12531 High Bluff Drive, Suite 100San Diego, CA 92130
Eric M. Acker and David C. Doyle
David C. Doyle and Eric M. Acker
In what many consider a surprise decision, the Supreme Court in Bilski decided that business methods can be patented, and rejected the machine-or-transformation test as the “sole test” for patent eligibility. However, uncertainty remains on what will pass muster with the courts and the PTO. Our seminar will discuss implications of the Supreme Court’s decision, including:
We look forward to discussing these issues with you, and have assembled knowledgeable Morrison & Foerster patent prosecution and litigation attorneys who will offer their insights into these important topics. There will also be time reserved for questions and answers. This will be an important briefing for any company that holds patents with method claims – or who has competitors that enforce them.
Schedule:Registration - 8:00-8:30amProgram - 8:30-10:00am(breakfast will be served)
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