Issues on Section 101 patent eligibility have been significantly important, both for patent owners and defendants in patent litigations. With notable court decisions, such as American Axle, continuously raising the bar in this area of law, it is expected that developments under 35 U.S.C. § 101 will likely continue to bring complexity and challenges to inventors, owners, litigating parties, and applicants alike.
With these prevailing risks and challenges, it is important that they keep themselves abreast of the emerging regulatory developments and court rulings to ensure effective litigation strategies and successfully mitigate legal risks and pitfalls.
In this CLE Webcast, patent litigators Anthony Fuga (Holland & Knight LLP) and Pablo Hendler (Potomac Law Group) will explore recent litigation developments surrounding Section 101 patent eligibility and how the future will look like. As they delve into American Axle and other notable patent cases and court decisions, the speakers will also provide practical strategies in bringing out the best in patent litigations in today’s rapidly evolving legal climate.
Some of the major topics that will be covered in this course are:
- Section 101 Patent Eligibility: Legal Overview
- Trends and Updates
- American Axle and Other Notable Court Rulings
- Common Risks and Pitfalls
- Best Litigation Practices