- Recent patent reforms and pending proposals in Congress and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and the implications of these reforms and proposals for prosecution and litigation.
- Best practices in drafting claims and disclosures in light of recent patent law changes.
- Portfolio development, with in-house counsel of software, network and security; biotechnology and pharmaceuticals; and semiconductors and hardware industries.
- Major recent court cases: How they effect damages and the economics of licensing.
The agenda for LSI's Managing Patent Prosecution and Litigation conference can be found here. A complete brochure for this conference, including an agenda, list of speakers, and registration form can be downloaded here.
The registration fee ranges from $347.50 (students and new employees) to $695 (regular tuition). Discounts are available for government employees and groups of two or more registrants. Those interested in registering for the conference can do so here.