Patent Litigation (LAW-962B-001)
David Cavanaugh, Brittany Amadi
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This course will cover patent litigation and practice before U.S. Federal Courts, as well as post-grant review proceedings before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Through classroom discussion, written assignments, and mock exercises, students will explore a range of topics including pre-litigation considerations, pleadings, PTO strategies, claim construction proceedings, technical fact and expert depositions, motions practice, trial, and damages. The course will focus on practical and policy considerations.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Cases and articles (will be available on myWCL)
Moore, et al., Patent Litigation and Strategy
First Class Readings
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