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In his practice, Mr. Katz has helped procure over 6,000 design patents in the U.S. and over 18,000 design patents/registrations outside the U.S., and has helped to successfully enforce over 100 design patents. Mr. Katz has also provided advice and prepared opinions regarding the patentability of inventions, patent infringement, patent validity, and trade secret protection to help clients properly assess the advantages and disadvantages of certain intellectual property and business decisions. He is a frequent speaker on industrial design-related topics and is a professor at George Washington University Law School teaching Design Law and at Georgetown University Law School teaching IP Pretrial Litigation Skills. Mr. Katz currently serves as Treasurer of FICPI's U.S. Section and as Vice Chair of INTA's Design Rights Committee.Close
Dr. Loberg applies her expertise in research methodology to the planning and implementation of focus group and mock...
Melissa L. Loberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Loberg applies her expertise in research methodology to the planning and implementation of focus group and mock...| Read More
Dr. Loberg applies her expertise in research methodology to the planning and implementation of focus group and mock trial studies, as well as the development and analysis of jury supplemental questionnaires and post-verdict juror interviews. Additionally, she applies her training and education in Clinical Psychology to the preparation of witnesses in anticipation of both deposition and trial.She provides CLEs to attorneys regarding ways to defeat the plaintiff Reptile theory, effective use of jury supplemental questionnaires, the ability of mock trial research to inform settlement decisions, and neuropsychological approaches in witness training.Close
Great summary of the Historic Boardwalk case. Nice job of discussing how the various credits (HTC, LITC, NMTC) can be combined and structured together.
Lindquist & Vennum
Great 'inside' look at the industry.
James L. Burns
This seminar covered a lot of territory in a short period of time. It also assumed that the attendees had a significant level of experience coming into the program, which I did.
Louis C. Long
The program was very well organized and the speakers were prepared.
Kell Alterman & Runstein
The program provided good legal references, good bullet points and good scope.
Kolesar & Leatham