Wolf Greenfield to Speak at Comparative Patent Practice Conference

November 15, 2016 - November 16, 2016

Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan
From November 15-16th, Wolf Greenfield's Jerry Hrycyszyn, Jeff Hsi, Ed Russavage and Ed Walsh presented at the Comparative Patent Practice Conference (CPPC): Movement in IP on Both Sides of the Atlantic in Tokyo, Japan, co-hosted by Hoffmann Eitle. Topics covered by speakers included:
  • Litigation Strategies in the US – Jerry Hrycyszyn
  • New Case Law on Exhaustion/First Sale and the Repair Doctrine – Jerry Hrycyszyn
  • ITC Actions in the US – Jerry Hrycyszyn
  • Taking the Case to the National Courts: Features, Strategic Tips and Pitfalls – Jerry Hrycyszyn, Ed Walsh
  • Comparative Case Study: Close-up of US Inter Partes Review vs. EPO Opposition – Jeff Hsi, Ed Walsh
  • Effective Use of Product-By-Process Claims in Europe and the US – Jeff Hsi 
  • Patent Eligibility for Biotechnology Innovation – Jeff Hsi 
  • Legislation Special US: Update on Patent Reform, Is It Dead? – Ed Russavage, Ed Walsh
  • Most Significant Impacts in 2016 on Filing Strategies in the US – Ed Russavage
  • Design and Trademark Rights as an Effective Tool for Additional IP Protection of Your Innovations – Ed Russavage
  • Patent Eligibility for Electronic and Software Innovation – Ed Russavage
  • How to Monetize Standard Essential Patents – Ed Walsh
The full conference agenda can be found here.