The America Invents Act Practical Advice for Practitioners, Inventors & Businesses
Presented by the WSBA Intellectual Property Section in partnership with Perkins Coie, the University of Washington School of Law, Washington State Patent Lawyers Association, and the IEEE
The America Invents Act is the first major statutory change to Patent Laws in the United States in over 50 years. The Act fundamentally changes how patents will be procured, challenged, and enforced. So much more has changed than just the race to the patent office.
Program will include in-depth presentations on:
- Overview of the America Invents Act
- First Inventor To File, Diminished Grace Period, Prior Art Issues
- The New Patent World of Contested Proceedings
- Company Perspectives, Procedures and Best Practices
- USPTO Regulatory Agenda
When: December 7, 2012
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: Perkins Coie LLP
1201 Third Avenue, Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98101
(This program will also be offered via Microsoft LiveMeeting. Please register for more details.)
CLE Credits: We have applied for 6.5 hours of general CLE credits with the WSBA
Cost: $175 per person in advance
$195 pay at the door
View the program agenda and speaker biographies.
More information and registration.
Please contact Rajiv Sarathy, WSBA Intellectual Property section chair, at RSarathy@perkinscoie.com with any questions about this program.