America Invents Act CLE
The Intellectual Property Practice Group
The CLE Committee of the Cardozo Alumni Association
invite you to
The America Invents Act and Its Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution
GRACE KARAFFA OBERMANN
Lead Administrative Patent Judge
United STates Patent and Trademark Office
Counsel for Intellectual Property Law & Policy
SEAN KIM ’13
Monday, April 7, 2014
6 p.m.: Registration
6:30 p.m.: Program
This program will examine the changes brought on both litigation and prosecution practices under the America Invents Act (AIA) one year after final implementation. Topics will include changes to prosecution practice under the first-to-file and revised inventorship system, newly-implemented post-final program, and appellate practice before the PTAB, as well changes to litigation practice due to the new IPR proceedings and post grant review under the Transitional Program for Covered Business Methods Patents (CBMP).
Earn 2 transitional/non-transitional credits in Areas of Professional Practice (approval pending).
$45 for Cardozo alumni until March 31; thereafter and at the door $55
$55 for all others until March 31; thereafter and at the door $65
Free for Cardozo students but registration is required
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Full and partial tuition scholarships are available for all CLE programs sponsored or cosponsored by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Requests for scholarships are considered on a case-by-case basis, and availability is subject to space limitation.