Eric Marandett Speaks About Quanta’s Impact on IP
 

Eric Marandett Speaks About Quanta’s Impact on IP

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | December 16, 2008

 | Eric Marandett


Event: 
Does Your Intellectual Property Need Protecting After Quanta Computers v. LG Electronics?

Organization:  Boston Patent Law Association's Corporate Practice Committee
Location:  Boston

 

Eric Marandett, partner and chair of the Intellectual Property Litigation Group, spoke on the panel discussion “Does Your Intellectual Property Need Protecting After Quanta Computers v. LG Electronics?”, sponsored by the Boston Patent Law Association's Corporate Practice Committee.  The panel focused on Quanta’s impact on:

  • patent rights in general
  • the patent exhaustion doctrine
  • contractual rights
  • patent misuse
  • a company’s business and patent assets

The panel also discussed practical solutions for those looking to maximize legal protection of their markets, technology and products, as well as for those facing the issue from the other end of the spectrum. 

Other panelists joining Mr. Marandett included:

  • Jason P. Fiorillo, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, Analog Devices, Inc.
  • William G. Gosz, Former BPLA President, Rissman Jobse Hendricks & Oliverio
  • David S. Olson, Assistant Professor, Boston College Law School
 

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