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Spring 2010 SKGF Law School Presentation Series on Patent Reexamination Concludes at Georgetown Law School

May 18th, 2010

Rob Sterne, Jon Wright and Georgetown Law alum, Mike Specht concluded the Spring 2010 sessions of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox’s law school presentation series on Tuesday, April 20 at Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC.  In roundtable fashion, the three presented on reexamination and concurrent patent litigation, entitled “Reexamination and Concurrent Patent Litigation: The Most Significant Development in Patent Enforcement in the Last Five Years.”

Rob Sterne, Jon Wright and Georgetown Law School alum, Mike Specht present onReexamination and Concurrent Patent Litigation at Georgetown Law School

Rob Sterne, Jon Wright and Georgetown Law School alum, Mike Specht present onReexamination and Concurrent Patent Litigation at Georgetown Law School

The interactive audience consisted of Georgetown Student Intellectual Property Law Association (SIPLA) participants and other law school attendees.  The hour-long discussion outlined and examined the rapidly developing area of patent reexamination within the United States, as well as addressed questions from students.  The talk’s material was taken from Sterne and Wright’s ongoing reexam cases, as well as their roles in authoring Reexamination Practice with Concurrent District Court Litigation or Section 337 USITC Investigations, a go-to guide on reexams, published by The Sedona Conference.

The presentation concluded with further discussion and questions from the students, as well as a tutorial of SKGF’s reexam micro website.

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Reexamination and Concurrent Patent Litigation, Georgetown Law School