February 24th, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Give us an hour of your time and we will deliver a fun and free CLE with a fast-paced overview on the state of patent law. In their fourth annual webinar, BakerHostetler Partners Michael E. Anderson and Jason F. Hoffman will discuss patent cases from the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court in 2020, as well as providing insight for what to expect in 2021.
Business leaders and legal counsel will find this a practical update regarding key developments and trends, including:
- Pleading standards
- Jurisdiction and venue
- Claim construction
- PTAB practice
Don't miss this opportunity to hear learn how you can prepare for your next patent dispute.
One hour of CLE credit is approved for CA, PA and NY. It is also approved in NJ via reciprocity. Credit will be provided in additional states as requested.
For questions, please contact Elysia Lichtine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael E. Anderson
Michael Anderson is an intellectual property attorney who focuses his practice on technology-based litigation and patent infringement cases. Although his practice now centers on intellectual property, Michael has broad litigation experience handling commercial torts, contract disputes, fraud cases and bid protest actions. He has practiced in courts across the U.S. and before administrative agencies, notably in the Eastern District of Virginia (known as the “Rocket Docket”), the Court of Federal Claims, and before the International Trade Commission (ITC). He has also litigated at the Patent Office, including inter partes review and reexamination proceedings. Additionally, Michael has lectured on patent litigation before the ITC at the University of Washington School of Law’s Center for Advanced Study & Research on Innovation Policy.
Jason F. Hoffman
A seasoned intellectual property litigator and appellate advocate, Jason Hoffman has been involved in numerous patent cases, with eight jury trial victories, including four defense verdicts in the Eastern District of Texas, and eight victories at the Federal Circuit.* He frequently advises clients with respect to complex technologies, patents and post-grant proceedings, and regularly negotiates and drafts intellectual property-related agreements. His exposure to the courtroom came early in his legal career and his interest in intellectual property litigation is reflected in his frequent writings and media appearances on the topic.