Eric Marandett Speaks on Positioning Patents for Success at Trial

Eric Marandett Speaks on Positioning Patents for Success at Trial

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | April 27, 2009

 | Eric Marandett

Paragraph IV Disputes Conference

Organization:  American Conference Institute
Location:  New York City


Eric Marandett, partner and chair of Intellectual Property Litigation, served on the panel “Positioning Your Patent/Product for Success at Trial: Crafting the Initial Pleadings, Seeking Declaratory Judgment and Managing the Markman Hearing” at the American Conference Institute’s 3rd annual Paragraph IV Disputes Conference.  The conference was designed to keep patent litigators who represent both brand name and generic pharmaceutical companies abreast of recent and important changes in case law. 

Mr. Marandett’s panel focused on pre-complaint considerations (both brand name and generic), all aspects of drafting the complaint and filing the answer and counterclaims.  He was joined by:

  • James H. Wallace, Jr., Chair, Intellectual Property Patent Group, Wiley Rein LLP
  • Teresa Stanek Rea, Partner, Crowell & Moring and President, American Intellectual Property Law Association (moderator)

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