In re Seagate Technology

8/29/2007

Intellectual Property Litigation, Interferences, and IP Due Diligence

TeleBriefing

Seminar

Join us on Wednesday, August 29 at 11:00 AM (Pacific Time) for a one-hour TeleBriefing on the recent Federal Circuit decision in the case of In re Seagate Technology, LLC, for an expert analysis by leading patent professionals. This decision will have a profound impact on patent litigation and specifically on litigating the issue of willfulness in patent infringement cases.
Our distinguished panel will review the case and its impact on all patent litigation. This is an excellent opportunity to hear from leading patent professionals on this recent decision. Sign up quickly. You may call in from anywhere and will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the program.

Alison Tucher, partner at Morrison & Foerster LLP, is the principal author of amici briefs urging the Federal Circuit to entertain Seagate’s writ petition and to use it to replace Underwater Devices’ “due care” standard with a “recklessness” standard. She has filed other successful briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court and in the Federal Circuit, and has tried more than 20 cases to verdict. Previously, she was law clerk to Judge William A. Norris on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and to Justice David H. Souter at the U.S. Supreme Court, and a Deputy District Attorney in Santa Clara County.

For more information, including how to register, please visit the conference website at:
http://www.lawseminars.com/seminars/07WILTB.php

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