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Webinar: The Law and Strategy Behind “the Ask” – Developing your Patent Damages Case on Both Sides of the “V”
June 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Presented by the Patent Interest Group.
1 Participatory MCLE Credits
This webinar explores case law, legal opinions and policies to consider when determining the range of requested damages in a patent case.
Speakers: Kristin Cleveland and William Barrow
Moderator: Mieke K. Malmberg
Member Price – $55.00
Non-Member Price – $75.00
Kristin Cleveland –is a partner at Klarquist Sparkman. Kristin’s practice focuses exclusively on intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, and trade dress cases. Kristin is the chair of the Litigation practice group, serves on the firm’s management committee, and has served as the firm’s managing partner.
In addition to being a regular presenter on the topic of patent damages, Kristin was also past chair of the Damages Subcommittee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Patent Litigation Committee.
Kristin is committed to increasing diversity within the firm and the profession. In addition to mentoring and encouraging other female attorneys, she has helped coordinate the firm’s partnership and support of AIPLA’s Women in IP Law Committee.
William Barrow is a partner in Mayer Brown’s Washington DC office. Bill is highly experienced litigating hi-tech patent disputes in district courts throughout the country, and before the US International Trade Commission and the US Patent and Trademark Office. Having begun his career prosecuting electrical and computer software patents, Bill is often sought out for his understanding of the interplay between litigation and USPTO procedure.
Bill is frequently invited to speak and write on complex intellectual property issues and has held leadership positions in a number of prominent legal organizations, including chairing the American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Patent Litigation Committee.
Bill is also deeply committed to diversity, retention and mentorship and has established and co-chaired firm committees devoted to recruiting, promoting and retaining African-American attorneys. Bill serves on the DC office’s Recruiting, Mentorship, and Talent Development Committees.