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Understanding Patent Law 2016 Conference & Webinar_ June 28, 2016

Jun 28, 2016

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Rimon Partner John Hintz will be participating as a panelist in the upcoming conference: Understanding Patent Law 2016 at PLI's state-of-the-art New York Conference Center.

This one-day conference provides an ample review of patent law basics, legal developments and battle-tested practice tips, including takeaways for patent lawyers regardless of their experience level. 

The program will start covering the basics, patentability, the patent life cycle and the implementation process. Subsequently, new developments in the patent law landscape will be approached, to after offer helpful practical points, from litigation in district courts to PTO proceedings. The day concludes with insights from the dealmaker’s perspective. A panel covering patent licensing, mergers & acquisitions, and other patent transactions will introduce some of the latest thinking and techniques behind a range of patent transactions.

The agenda will cover these three main areas:

Part 1:  Patent Overview 

Part 2:  Litigation and Enforcement

Part 3:  Transactions and Licensing

John Hintz is a partner in the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group in the New York office of Rimon, P.C. Mr. Hintz has more than twenty-seven years of experience in intellectual property matters, and in particular, patent litigation. He has worked on all aspects of patent disputes and has litigated in federal courts throughout the country and before the International Trade Commission. He also has significant transactional, licensing, and counseling experience, including advising clients on the IP aspects of IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, and the transfer and licensing of IP assets.
Mr. Hintz has represented clients in a wide range of industries covering diverse technologies, including search engines, financial services, semiconductors, barcode scanning, Internet-related businesses and technologies, telecommunications, computer simulations, commodity chemicals, polymers, process control instruments, medical devices, and life sciences. His pro bono experience includes obtaining the reversal of a decision that would have resulted in deportation of his client and supervising a team that obtained the release of Dewey Bozella, a man wrongfully convicted for murder and incarcerated for twenty- six years.

Mr. Hintz served as Samsung's expert witness on U.S. law related to patents and patent licensing in lawsuits in the Netherlands, France, Italy, Japan, and Australia between Samsung and Apple.

Access Mr. John's full biography here

You can find more information about PLI's conference and register here.