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Webinar: What TC Heartland Means for Your Business: Practical strategies for the next era of patent litigation

Events / Thursday, June 29, 2017

This timely webinar will provide insight for business leaders and legal counsel on the implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, which has reshaped procedural strategy and venue in patent litigation.

BakerHostetler Counsel Wanda French-Brown, a former team member on the TC Heartland case, and Partner Jason Hoffman discussed:

  • How a defendant can handle venue in pending litigation.
  • How a plaintiff can determine the most suitable venue.
  • How companies sued frequently can make adjustments to their businesses to counter venue in particular districts.
  • What to expect going forward.
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For questions, contact Dan Greenspan at +1.215.564.6525.

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