The Daily Journal/Thomson Reuters 2013 Litigating Patent Disputes Conference brings together a distinguished faculty of the foremost patent attorneys and in-house counsel in the country who will share their knowledge, experience and insight. Topics will include best practices in a patent trial from the judge's and the bar's perspective.
Panels will cover perspectives from both in-house counsel and law firms and discuss working through a patent litigation-what works, what doesn't work and the challenges on both sides. Attendees will hear from the top patent litigators and in-house counsel on how they would like to improve the process of litigating patent disputes. Opportunities to network and share ideas with key members of the patent community as well as the faculty with also be available.
Keker & Van Nest Partner Matthias Kamber will speak on the “Best Practices for Litigating & Managing Disputes under AIA” panel. With a background in mechanical engineering and a practice focused on patent and other intellectual property matters, Matthias Kamber protects his clients’ technology from aggressive competitors and trolls. Regardless of the type of case or technology, he quickly determines the most effective legal strategy while balancing each client’s corporate objectives. His approach has resulted in favorable early-stage dispositions, successful negotiated resolutions, and victories at trial.He has handled cases involving smartphone software and hardware, Internet telephony, wireless networking, microprocessor design, and medical devices throughout the country and before the U.S. International Trade Commission. In addition to his intellectual property practice, he has also handled antitrust and commercial litigation.
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