2022 USC Gould School of Law Intellectual Property Institute

2022 USC Gould School of Law Intellectual Property Institute

Speaking Engagement

WilmerHale is a sponsor of the USC Gould School of Law Intellectual Property Institute. The Intellectual Property Institute has forged a reputation for gathering national speakers to analyze sophisticated topics and provide practical takeaways. Focusing on copyright, patent and trademark law, the Institute takes place over the course of two days and features morning plenary sessions, a keynote address and tracked sessions.

Planning committee member Jim Dowd moderated the Cross-Border Patent Disputes panel on May 11. This panel covered standards essential patent (SEP) enforcement strategies, clashes between multinational competitors, integrated supply chains and the other causes resulting to an increase in patent litigation that spans multiple countries and continents. Join prominent jurists, industry participants and practitioners as they grapple with the factors driving this trend and strategic considerations for parties facing such litigation, including forum selection, antisuit injunctions, discovery considerations, efforts to centralize patent disputes and strategies to harden multinational firms against such suits.

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