Case in Point Webinar Series:
The 10 Things You Need to Know About Patent Litigation in 2017
Patent litigation in 2017 will continue to be high stakes for the companies involved. In developing the best strategies as plaintiff or as defendant, trial counsel will find that the playing field and rules are significantly changed from what they were just a few years ago. Besides the now well-known legislative changes and significant case law decisions that have upended many aspects of patent litigation, recent decisions continue to provide opportunities for new strategies, as well as new pitfalls for the unwary.
This CLE program will give the perspectives of two highly experienced trial attorneys on how they develop case strategies, avoid those pitfalls, and achieve successful outcomes for the firm’s clients.
Who Should Attend: This webinar is appropriate for all in-house counsel.
Continuing education credit available.
Registration is limited.
Register now to receive an email from WebEx with webinar details and a calendar appointment. Adobe Flash Player required.
About the Speakers
John McDowell is a first-chair trial lawyer hired for complicated, large-scale litigation in Texas State Court and Federal Courts across the United States. John has more than 30 years’ experience working in a broad range of industries, with current engagements centering in the telecommunications, technology, energy and healthcare sectors. John’s clients are headquartered around the world, and their most pressing horizon issues include offensive and defensive intellectual property and competition strategies. His approach is direct and practical, with a keen focus on clients’ ultimate goals. His approach is direct and practical, with a keen focus on clients’ business strategies and their legal concerns. A successful outcome, as defined by each client, is his goal. Mr. McDowell received his J.D. in 1982 from The University of Virginia School of Law and his B.A. in 1979 from Stanford University.
John Flock is a high-stakes patent litigator whose experience has generated professional achievement awards and American Law Journal “Top Jury Verdict” recognition. He combines 20 years’ patent litigation experience with nine years as a former New York City Assistant District Attorney to represent his clients in high-stakes battles in the ITC and district courts. John also has developed particular skill in patent valuation by using his experience in litigation and in the negotiations of major portfolios to determine real world value, particularly focusing on the key patents that drive value. He has worked with global Fortune 500 companies on some of their major acquisitions of patent assets in the past few years. John earned his J.D. in 1980 from Pace Law School. He received his B.S. from The Cooper Union in 1974.