Orrick is a proud sponsor of the 2020 Virtual Intellectual Property Institute Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The event gathers IP professionals and discusses emerging issues and best practices in copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret and related fields.
This session will introduce the development of patent infringement litigations involving standard essential patents (SEPs) in China, using some important and recent cases as examples. Yufeng (Ethan) Ma, partner in Orrick's Shanghai Office, will be presenting live from Tokyo.
Please join Orrick at the Federal Communications Bar Association (“FCBA”)’s Developments in Standards Essential Patents and the Impact on 5G and IoT CLE, on Thursday, September 26th, where Antitrust partner Jay Jurata will be presenting.
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe invites in-house counsel and executives to attend this complimentary one-day seminar, which will discuss the latest trends, developments, and advice for Taiwanese companies in a wide range of topics related to intellectual property, licensing, antitrust, arbitration, ...
April.10.2019 - April.11.2019 | Taipei and Hsinchu
Alex Chachkes, partner in Orrick's New York office and member of the Intellectual Property Group, will join by video and discuss the recent major patent law decisions from the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court, and how they have affected the way U.S. patents are litigated in the federal courts ...
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