My calendar knew that I am speaking at three events in the upcoming week on the effect of TC Heartland, but somehow it didn’t see fit to tell me. So let me flag a couple in case you’re in the neighborhood, as well as mention a fourth presentation at the upcoming ILT IP conference in Plano in November:
Midwest IP Institute – Friday, Sept. 29 – 1:15 pm – I am on a panel at the Midwest IP Institute in Minneapolis. As our panel follows CAFC Judge Jimmie Reyna, who was on the panel in In re Cray, we might have more insights than we’re currently aware of.
If you haven’t been to this event, the Minnesota Bar’s CLE conference facilities in the City Center Mall are the best I’ve ever seen. I spoke there a few years back and am really looking forward to returning – with I could be there for both days, but there are claims that must be construed …
EDTX Bench/Bar – Thursday, October 5 – I’ve already posted on this one, but we have a great panel on the effect of TCH (and now In re Cray) to kick off the bench bar Thursday morning. I’ll be moderating a panel consisting of
- Judge Leonard Davis, Fish Richardson;
- Dean Brad Toben, Baylor Law School;
- Ted Stevenson, McKool Smith;
- Wesley Hill, Ward, Smith & Hill, PLLC; and
- Thomas J. Meloro, Willkie, Farr & Gallagher, LLP
We are hard at work making sure we have all the best analysis for attendees.
I’m also presenting on the same topic at the Institute for Law & Technology’s 55th Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law in Plano, which I am co-chairing with Brian Gaffney of AT&T this year. The conference will be November 13-14, and I’ll post more when – well, when next week is over.