Ethical Issues Presented by the Strategic Use of Litigation Tactics

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About

The always engaging and insightful duo of Prof. Marc H. Greenberg & Michael L. Lovitz, Esq. lead you through this ethics session. Topics covered include:

  • Ethical Decision-Making in Patent Litigation
  • Technical Compliance, Zealous Advocacy, and Monkey Business
  • Unique Factors in Patent Discovery
  • The Partner Avoidance Problem
  • Firm Culture and Priorities
  • The Power Dynamic – Clients Who Resist Discovery
  • The Disaggregation Issue
  • Are Sanctions a Deterrent?
  • Ethical Issues in Copyright and Trademark Litigation
  • IP Litigation Rarely Means Trial
  • The Impact of Client Culture
  • The Ethics of Cease and Desist Letters
  • Bullying Tactics in Copyright and Trademark Disputes
  • Extra-Legal Limits on IP Enforcement

Recorded at the Intellectual Property Law Institute – April 2018

Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Professor Marc H. Greenberg Golden Gate University School of Law
Michael L. Lovitz Esq. Lovitz IP Law PC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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