ACI's Advanced Forum on ITC Litigation
January 27 - 28, 2009
As any intellectual property or international trade attorney has seen, Section 337 litigation has developed from a relatively obscure niche practice into a booming industry that is growing exponentially. As a result, the high speed, high pressure, high results docket is struggling under the magnitude and number of recently filed cases. The timetable for cases continues to grow longer, adding additional costs and delaying the potential injunctive relief. Even the most experienced ITC litigators are stumped by the high slowing of motion practice, the high volume of document review, and the increase in number of parties on any given case.
The American Conference Institute has developed a program that scrutinizes the most common struggles of any ITC action and offers practical solutions to these challenges. Insights from the Chief Judge of the ITC on perspective of court, as well as from Commission Staff and U.S. Customs will be invaluable to any ITC practitioner, as well as any business that faces a Section 337 action. The faculty for the Advanced Forum on ITC Litigation – including senior practitioners and Commission staff – will offer insights into current trends and issues involved in an ITC action.
Kathryn Clune is one of the speakers at this conference. She will be speaking, along with several other colleagues, about Broadcom v Qualcomm: Updates of the Federal Appeal, and the Overall Status of Downstream Products."
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