Jun 21 2007 -
Jun 22 2007
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
The Rittenhouse Hotel, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

Pittsburgh Intellectual Property shareholder Lynn A. Alstadt will make a presentation at the Complex IP Licensing Conference on the topic of KSR v. Teleflex and KSR's challenge to the Federal Circuit's 20-year-old teaching/suggestion/motivation (TSM) test for obviousness in favor of a more restrictive test that would make it harder to obtain a patent.

The event, designed for in-house counsel, IP lawyers, CIOs, CFOs, CPAs and licensing professionals, is sponsored by Law Seminars International and will take place at The Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia on June 21 and 22.

Alstadt's presentation is part of the conference's legal update session. Also on the agenda are:

  • Ensuring a match between what you want to get out of the deal and what you actually get
  • Maximizing the bottom line and receiving full value
  • New developments in antitrust law and intellectual property protection
  • Licensing video content in the YouTube and iPhone era
  • Trademark, copyright and e-commerce related licensing transactions
  • University technology transfer and licensing with biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies
  • Special issues in information technology and outsourcing transactions
  • Dealing with risky partners
  • Special terms for international transactions involving the export or import of technology
For more information and to register, please visit www.lawseminars.com.