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Online Registration is NOW OPEN for the LES 2016 Annual Meeting! The Annual Meeting provides intellectual property, technology, and business development professionals seeking to achieve professional and personal success through educational sessions and networking.

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Webinar Wednesday

LES hosts monthly webinars as part of its ongoing Webinar Wednesday series, as well as hot topic webinars that are periodically scheduled to cover breaking developments such as patent reform, important case updates, and other major industry news. Webinar Wednesday is held on the second Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time (EST), and are also available anytime on-demand. Join intellectual property (IP) and licensing experts as they share their knowledge and experience regarding today’s most relevant licensing trends and challenges from transnational issues to ethics to valuation.

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LES Insights Featured Article

Patent Owners May Not Sue Customers of Those Who Prevailed in Showing the Accused Products Did Not Infringe, Even Under a New Theory of Infringement

By John Paul, Brian Kacedon, and Robert MacKichan

As the Federal Circuit has explained on prior occasions, the Kessler doctrine “bars a patent infringement action against a customer of a seller who has previously prevailed against the patentee because of invalidity or noninfringement of the patent.”  Established by the Supreme Court in 1907 in Kessler v. Eldred, the doctrine is based on the rights of the prevailing manufacturer to freely manufacture, use, and sell the product that has been deemed not to infringe without interference.  The Supreme Court has subsequently described this as a “limited trade right” that attaches to the adjudged noninfringing product itself.  The continued vitality of the Kessler doctrine was confirmed by a recent decision of the Federal Circuit in SpeedTrack, Inc. v. Office Depot, Inc. (2015).

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7/25/2016 » 7/29/2016
LES University 2016

You Make it, You Buy It: The Business & Licensing of 3D Printing

Cloud Licensing and Health Care Data: Know the risks; Learn the solutions

Technology Transfer – China – Effective Models and Best Practices

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