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Patent Prosecution in the PTAB Era: Prosecuting Patents that Survive PTAB Scrutiny [VIDEO]

Our directors share several insights learned from PTAB practice that must be considered when developing an effective patent prosecution strategy. Webinar participants  learned what it takes to gain allowance for patents geared toward surviving PTAB scrutiny. Recommended strategies consider the global outlook, as well as the advances in ‘big data’ that can improve patent resiliency when developing IP portfolios in the PTAB era.

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Jason Eisenberg, Electronics, Patent Counsel, Washington DC, Sterne Kessler Law Firm
Director

Mr. Eisenberg, a director in the Electronics Group, provides strategic counsel from a quarter century of patent experience gained before and after law school. As reported by Managing Intellectual Property, in 2016 Mr. Eisenberg made an appearance as counsel in 53 of his almost 140 proceedings at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the USPTO.  In addition, he is both an editor and author of several chapters of the newly released Second Edition of Patent Office Litigation (Thomson Reuters, 2017). Mr. Eisenberg’s leadership at the PTAB belies the fact that he maintains a...

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Jeremiah B. Frueauf, Biotechnology, Chemical Attorney, Sterne Kessler, law firm
Associate

Mr. Frueauf is an associate in the Biotechnology/Chemical Group where he counsels domestic and international clients on the preparation, prosecution, and management of complex worldwide patent portfolios.  He is also experienced in the research and preparation of freedom-to-operate, validity, infringement, and patentability analyses.

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Mark W. Rygiel, Intellectual Property, Sterne Kessler Law Firm
Director

Mark Rygiel, a director in the Mechanical Group, counsels a broad spectrum of entities ranging from large multi-national companies to small start-ups in developing IP strategies and protecting new technologies.  Mr. Rygiel specializes in obtaining utility and design patent protection for cutting edge technologies in the consumer product, vehicle system, medical device, manufacturing, and e-commerce industries.  His practice also focuses on complex post-grant proceedings at the USPTO, analyzing patents for validity, infringement, and freedom-to-operate issues and providing related opinions...

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