June Webinar

June 19 marks the 5th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s impactful decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank, which dramatically changed the analysis of patentable subject matter in both patent prosecution and patent litigation.

Currently, a bipartisan group of Congressional members introduced what could be the first revisions to Section 101 of the Patent Act in nearly 70 years. Over the last few days, Congress has held multiple hearings on the issue, with dozens of witnesses testifying on the impact this proposed legislation could have on industries ranging from tech to biopharma.

In the June webinar we will discuss the USPTO’s revised 101 guidelines, the scope of the proposed legislation, its chances for passage, and the actions that patent owners and potential defendants may want to take to minimize the uncertainty that comes with potential legislative action

Please join me for an interactive webinar discussion on the 101 reform initiatives next Monday June 17th@2PM (EST). Register (here).

My co-presenter for this webinar will be Matt Rizzolo, a partner in Ropes & Gray’s IP Litigation Practice.

The formal portion of the webinar will begin at 2PM Eastern and will last for approximately 50-60 minutes. After the presentation there will be a Q&A period.

To attend the free webinar please sign up via the link above. You will receive a registration confirmation email immediately. One hour prior to the webinar you’ll receive another email with a link and instructions for joining the presentation. CLE credit will be provided (CA, NYC, VA).