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Trial of a Patent Case

William Atkins, in the firm's Northern Virginia office, is a faculty planner and presenter at the "Trial of a Patent Case" event, a two-day advanced ALI-ABA course of study for corporate counsel and private practitioners, October 7-8 in New York.  This innovative and practical course of study, now in its sixteenth year and comprising more than 12 hours of instruction, answers this question and many more.

Patent disputes are increasing each year and the resulting litigation requires highly-skilled patent litigators. To protect your client's interests at trial, you must be at the top of your game. This course of study teaches you to present your arguments at trial in a clear, understandable, and persuasive manner.

For more information and to register, please visit ALI-ABA.

Date & Time
10/7/2010 - 10/8/2010
8:00 am - 5:00 pm ET

Thomson Hall
195 Broadway
New York, NY

Event Contact
Meggan Maromonte


William P. Atkins


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