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Breakout Session No. 3a: Litigation – Navigating the Ethical Quagmire: A Patent Practitioner’s Journey

Recorded on: Apr. 27, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:15

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Taken from the Web Program Detailed Analysis of Today's Critical Patent Litigation Issues (Breakout Sessions from the Patent Law Institute 2018) Recorded April 2018 in San Francisco

Breakout Session No. 3a: Litigation – Navigating the Ethical Quagmire: A Patent Practitioner’s Journey [01:01:15]
  • Spoliation under the updated Rule 37 standard
  • The ethical implications of third party patent monitoring
  • Unauthorized practice of law and the proper scope of pro hac vice practice
  • Client’s duty to perform patent searches
  • Inequitable conduct following Regeneron

Jason R. Bartlett

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  • Ethical Issues in Patent Practice
    Jason R. Bartlett
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    Jason R. Bartlett ~ Mauriel Kapouytian Woods LLP
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