Intellectual Property Disputes Committee Presents: Mediating Conflict in the ITC

When:
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 12:30pm
Where:

Hogan Lovells, 555 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Either in person or via dial-in, please join us for Mediating Conflict in the ITC, presented by the CPR Intellectual Property Disputes Committee and hosted by Hogan Lovells. This event will feature The Hon. Theodore R. Essex (Ret.) and H. Jonathan Redway of Dickinson Wright discussing the advantages and challenges of using mediation to resolve IP disputes in fast-paced International Trade Commission proceedings, with reflection on the differences from U.S. District Court practice. 

 

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own questions and ideas to this rare interactive opportunity to hear a view from the bench on subjects such as:

Is the timing ever right? When are ITC disputants motivated to mediate?

Does the speed of ITC proceedings encourage or discourage parties to use mediation?

Should ITC judges actively encourage mediation? 

Advantages to bringing in a mediator early?

Is it possible to mediate a Standard Essential Patent conflict? 

 

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CPR Members only.

To register, email Richard Murphy at rmurphy@cpradr.org.

 

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New York CLE:

This program has been approved for 1.5 New York CLE Credits (Skills). This course is for experienced attorneys only. The CPR Institute has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. CPR is a non-profit organization. Under financial hardship guidelines, at its discretion, CPR may waive the fee for attorneys who demonstrate that they are not currently employed (not retirees). CPR may also provide a special discounted price to attorneys, full-time judges and administrative law judges practicing in the non-profit and public sectors full time. E-mail info@cpradr.org for more information.