Wednesday 9 February 2022

Damage Calculations in Patent Infringement Cases in the United States of America. OxFirst Free Webinar . February 24 2022 15.00 -16.00 GMT = 16.00-17.


Damage Calculations in Patent Infringement Cases in the United States of America
OxFirst Free Webinar February 24 2022 15.00 -16.00 GMT = 16.00-17.00 CET
What this Event is About:
This webinar offers insights into damage calculations in patent infringement cases in the U.S.A., with an emphasis on important recent developments relating to the law of reasonable royalties; extraterritorial damages; awards of profits for design patent infringement; and enhanced damages.
Judge Randall Rader:
For over 25 years, Judge Rader has been a thought leader in the field of intellectual property law and jurisprudence. His work as Chief Judge, his publications and his work teaching patent law globally to students, judges and government officials has left an indelible mark on the field of IP law and the protection of IP rights throughout the world. Judge Rader was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by President George H. W. Bush in 1990 and assumed the duties of Chief Judge on June 1, 2010. Before that he was appointed to the United States Claims Court (now the U. S. Court of Federal Claims) by President Ronald W. Reagan in 1988. 
Before appointment to the Court of Federal Claims, former Chief Judge Rader served as Minority and Majority Chief Counsel to Subcommittees of the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary. From 1975 to 1980, he served as Counsel in the House of Representatives for representatives serving on the Interior, Appropriations, and Ways and Means Committees. Since leaving the bench in 2014, Judge Rader has founded the Rader Group, initially focusing on arbitration, mediation, and legal consulting and legal education services. Judge Rader has presided over a major arbitration under ICC rules in Paris; conducted mediations to settle ongoing litigation.  
Professor Thomas Cotter:
Professor Cotter is Associate Dean for Research and the Taft Stettinius & Hollister Professor of Law with the University of Minnesota Law School. He is author of over 70 publications in law and runs the blog on, on the law (both foreign and domestic) and economics of patent remedies. Professor Cotter's principal research and teaching interests are in the fields of domestic and international intellectual property law, antitrust, and law and economics. He is the author of seven books—Remedies in U.S. Patent Law: An Open-Source Casebook (Tributary Publishing, Inc. 2019); Patent Wars: How Patents Impact Our Daily Lives (Oxford Univ. Press, 2018); Trademarks, Unfair Competition, and Business Torts (with Barton Beebe, Mark A. Lemley, Peter S. Menell, and Robert P. Merges) (Wolters Kluwer 2d ed., 2016; 1st ed., 2011);
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