DATE & TIME
Thursday, October 1, 2015
5:00 pm — 6:00 pm Networking
6:00 pm — 7:00 pm Presentation
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm Networking
One Freedom Square
11911 Freedom Drive, Suite 300
Practical Tips and Reflections on IPR and CBM proceedings
James Heintz, DLA Piper
Gianni Minutoli, DLA Piper
The AIA-implemented post grant proceedings have become useful tools to thwart pending and threatened litigation. Join us for a discussion of practical tips and reflections from over two years’ worth of experience with these proceedings. We will also discuss whether the new rules for amending claims during an IPR will make the right to amend less illusory.
LES Members: $20
Online Registration Deadline: September 30, 2015 12 pm, EDT
No refunds after September 30, 2015
Substitutions are permitted
James Heintz focuses on patent litigation and prosecution with an emphasis on electrical and computer technologies, including encryption technologies, conditional access television systems, computer operating system software, electronic train control and signaling systems, optical sensors, integrated circuits and semiconductors. James has represented clients in patent litigation in the US involving a wide variety of technologies. Among them are satellite television systems, video processing, online computer gaming, telecommunications testing equipment and power tools. He also counsels clients regarding patentability, validity and infringement issues. He also represents many clients in Inter Partes Reviews and Covered Business Method Patent Reviews.
Gianni Minutoli is a partner in DLA Piper's Intellectual Property and Technology group. Mr. Minutoli focuses on patent litigation and the preparation and prosecution of US and international patent applications, and has experience with computer networks, memory and systems, electrical circuitry, imagers, lasers, wireless communication devices and software inventions. He has extensive experience in client counseling and providing opinions regarding the patentability of new inventions, the right to use new or existing products and the infringement, validity and enforceability of US patents. He also represents clients in U.S. Patent Office Inter Partes Reviews, often in connection with litigation.