Complimentary CLE Webinar: Law and Behavior: Ethics in Deception before the PTO, AIA Proceedings and Enforcement Presentations – Recording
CLE Maxim “Mac” Waldbaum · December 21, 2018
(1 CLE Credit and 1 Ethics Credit)
Inequitable conduct before the USPTO and the Courts continues to be significantly ongoing. Ethics in this arena and subject is a substantial concern. Here presented is the present evolution of the problem and the historical basis for the reasons, results and unexpected remedies for such improper behavior, legal and equitable in nature. A specific analysis of the opinions of the Federal Circuit in 2018 is included.
Presenter: Maxim “Mac” Waldbaum, Patent, Trademark, Copyright, and Trade Partner
Maxim Waldbaum has been assisting clients in successfully resolving patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret cases and business disputes on such issues for 48 years. Mr. Waldbaum has handled intellectual property cases and transactions in the billions of dollars, representing many Fortune 50 companies and has been counsel in leading intellectual property cases, and arbitrated more than 170 cases and mediated more than 40. Read more.
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