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Date:
September 11, 2014
Start:
8:15am
End:
4:30pm
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Location:
AT&T Conference Center
Event type:
Conference
On the web:
http://utcle.org/conferences/EU14
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European Patent Practice Seminar 2014, presented by The University of Texas School of Law and the German intellectual property law firm of Kuhnen & Wacker, provides a unique forum for intellectual property attorneys to hear the latest in European Union patent practice and patent litigation from experts who practice in the EU on a day-to-day-basis.

Kuhnen & Wacker's EU-based attorneys and U.S.-based Of Counsel will examine and discuss topics ranging from EP Claim Drafting Specialties to Unitary Patents, Doctrine of Equivalents and Patent Filing Strategies, as well as International Patent Litigation. A panel discussion of the EPC (UPP) vs. AIA will provide insight into how the new statute has been implemented in practice and what it means for patent practitioners in the U.S. and Europe. Don't miss valuable expertise and timely insight into key intellectual property law developments.

The University of Texas School of Law Continuing Legal Education (UT Law CLE) is one of the oldest and most distinguished providers of professional education in the country, offering over 50 advanced programs annually that provide CLE and CPE credit to national legal and accounting professionals.

Kuhnen & Wacker is an intellectual property law firm established more than 35 years ago in Freising/Munich, Germany and offers attorneys and staff who are highly specialized in intellectual property matters. The firm offers services in patents, utility models, designs, trademarks, domains, copyrights and trade secrets as well as IP evaluation and IP litigation and licensing.

Specific audiences:
  • UT Law alumni
  • General public
Sponsored by:
  • Continuing Legal Education

If you need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the sponsor listed above or the UT Law Special Events Office at specialevents@law.utexas.edu no later than seven business days prior to the event.