Induced/joint patent infringement in Global-Tech and Golden Hour

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Managing IP, Oblon Spivak, Microsoft Corporation

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The Supreme Court’s recent decision to hear Global-Tech v SEB and the result of Golden Hour Data Systems v emsCharts and Softtech at the Federal Circuit have brought the topics of induced and joint patent infringement to the fore. Both cases will have major implications for the way courts assess these two doctrines. This webinar will provide background on the cases and on the topics of indirect and divided infringement generally, with a focus on post-grant procedure options for fixing claims prior to assertion, including patent reissuance and re-examination. Speakers: Eileen McDermott, Managing IP Scott McKeown, Oblon Spivak John Mulgrew, Microsoft Corporation

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