Webinar Date: July 28, 2010: Economic Evidence in Patent Infringement Cases

  • Presenters:  Paul Taylor, ASA, and Robert McSorley, CPA, J.D.,  both with Plante Moran PLLC, Chicago, IL (www.plantemoran.com)

Description: What economic evidence have Federal Courts recently accepted in support of damages expert opinions regarding reasonable royalties in patent infringement cases?  And, as importantly, what economic evidence in support of reasonable royalty opinions have Federal Courts recently rejected?  The acceptability of economic evidence depends, in part, on the facts and circumstances of each case.  So let’s consider a few cases.  

The panel will discuss recent legal opinions from the Federal Circuit and Federal District Courts that address the sufficiency and insufficiency of economic evidence proffered by patentees and accused infringers to support damages experts’ reasonable royalty opinions.

Date:  Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Time: 12:30 – 1:30 pm EST
Duration: 1.0 Hours (Dial-in Presentation)

Presentation Material:  Will be distributed to Registrants.

Cost to Participate:

No Charge for APLF Member Attorneys
No Charge for In-House Counsel/Corporate Managers
$100 per Telephone Line for Non Member Practicing Attorneys

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