Obviousness in Patent Litigation

Author
Bill O'Brien
Date
July 01, 2016
Category
General
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Description:

This course reviews the requirement of non-obviousness in patent litigation, including requirements not based on prior art and the requirements for patentability. The program includes a review of novelty, obvious, obviousness, and the hypothetical standard. There is also a discussion of the Graham Factors and the KSR v. Teleflex case, as well as an overview of the stages of a patent litigation.



Speaker:

Bill O'Brien, Partner, One, LLP, Beverly Hills, CA

Bill is a trial and appellate lawyer with 20 years of experience in intellectual property and technology cases. He has extensive experience with patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright, trade secret, and idea submission cases and with a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, consumer electronics, software, optics, aerospace, manufacturing equipment, diagnostics, and chemicals, as well as business-method patents. Bill has successfully represented clients in major jury trials and in multiple appellate proceedings before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and other federal and state appellate courts.

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