Managing Privilege When Faced With Allegations of Willful Patent Infringement

As the recipient of a letter that a patent you've never heard of "may be of interest to your company," what steps do you as in-house counsel need to take to ensure a proper response? It turns out that you must act quickly and thoughtfully to avoid creating facts that could lead to claims of willful patent infringement or waiver of privileges. This course gives you the guidance and specific strategies you'll need to decide when to act, what to do in response, and how to conduct your internal and external investigation.





California

Credit Type: Legal Ethics (Participatory)

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

New York

Credit Type: Ethics and Professionalism (Both (New & Exp Attys))

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

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Cameron W. Westin
Counsel
Cameron Westin is an experienced and dedicated litigator who specializes in intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent and technology-related matters. He has particular experience litigating matters related to electrical, computer, and semiconductor fields. His recent litigation experiences include defending the industry leaders in consumer electronics field against claims of patent infringement ranging from wireless standards and 3D graphics technology to power adapters. In addition, Cameron has significant experience obtaining patents on behalf of his clients. Cameron also works diligently to protect his clients’ intellectual property, including their proprietary research and development, products, technologies, and ideas.
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