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Damages 2022 Year-in-Review: Lessons and Litigation Strategies

Original Air Date 3.15.23
This course has expired and is no-longer eligible for CLE.

This year’s panel of experts will leverage decades of deep litigation experience in patent- and other IP-related matters to provide webinar attendees with additional insight on recent cases from the perspectives of private practice litigators and testifying experts. In a conversational format, our panel will address issues of high importance from several of 2022’s most interesting IP damages cases. Among other topics, our panel will discuss recent developments in apportionment, use of comparable license agreements, admissibility, facts relevant to the hypothetical negotiation, and lost profits.

Presented by:
Moderator: Eric J. Faragi, J.D, Baker Botts LLP
Speakers: Karl R. Fink, Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP & Greg Pinsonneault, Litinomics, Inc.

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