Annual PTAB Webinar Series: Amending Patent Claims in PTAB Proceedings
The PTAB’s Motion to Amend Pilot Program was launched in March of 2019 and offered a more robust opportunity for amendment to patent owners during AIA trials. Sam and Theodoros will describe the mechanics associated with the motions to amend under the Pilot Program, including recent updates and examples. They will also discuss important strategic considerations for both petitioners and patent owners, such as protective orders, effects of joinder, effects on stays and intervening rights, and alternatives to motion to amend practice.
Earn up to 1.0 Professional CLE for NJ/NY/PA
Yung-Hoon (Sam) Ha's practice focuses on post-grant proceedings before the PTAB, patent litigation, and advising clients on patent matters. He focuses his practice on materials related technology, such as microprocessor fabrication, carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, quantum dots, glasses, polymers, batteries, solar cells, solar concentrators, plasma sputtering, wafer manufacturing and razor blades. He has worked on numerous other technologies that include microprocessors, wireless communication devices, digital cameras, automated staining machines and tracer compounds.[Read More]
Dr. Theodoros Konstantakopoulos' practice focuses on counseling clients on intellectual property matters, patent litigation in district courts and the International Trade Commission, and post-grant proceedings at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. As a registered patent attorney, Dr. Konstantakopoulos has also advised clients in preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications and portfolio strategy. Further, he has conducted numerous due diligence investigations and drafted opinions of counsel. [Read More]
Moderator Matthew Hartman, Counsel, Akin Gump, NJIPLA Chair, PTAB Committee
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