Upcoming Free Webinar from Dilworth IP: Laying Your Claim: Best Practices for Patent Claim Construction in a Post-Teva World
May 24th, 2017 by Thomas Pia | News | Recent News & Articles |
William Reid, Partner at Dilworth IP, will be presenting a free webinar on Wednesday, June 14th at 1:00 PM EDT entitled, “Laying Your Claim: Best Practices for Patent Claim Construction in a Post-Teva World.” The interpretation of a patent claim’s meaning is fundamental to the scope of its coverage and, thus, is a pivotal consideration when drafting and prosecuting an application or when assessing infringement. This webinar will summarize current law with respect to claim construction in the post Nautilus, Inc. v. Biosig Instruments, Inc. and Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc. world. Patent practitioners will be armed with current best practices and advice regarding claim construction for their use when drafting patent applications, writing patent infringement opinions, or litigating a case.
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About the Panelist
William R. Reid is an intellectual property attorney with over fifteen years’ experience serving clients in the areas of chemicals, polymers, catalysts and chemical processes. Prior to joining Dilworth IP in January 2011, Bill was senior counsel at LyondellBasell Industries in Newtown Square, PA, where he provided support to various business units in agreement preparation and negotiation, patent drafting and prosecution, trademark prosecution, and client counseling and education. Such expertise, combined with years of industry experience as a chemical engineer at Exxon and W.R. Grace, allows Bill to bring to bear a practical, business-savvy approach to intellectual property related issues facing clients operating in a competitive business climate.
Dilworth IP is an intellectual property and business law firm providing legal services in the areas of patent and trademark prosecution, opinions and agreements in the chemical, biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device, material science, consumer products, electronics, software, and semiconductor industries. We’ve been in the lab. Whether your invention is a controlled-release pharmaceutical, a fuel cell, or a new circuit schematic, our attorneys will speak your language and listen well. We’ll quickly grasp nuances of your complex technology and capture the IP protection you deserve. To learn more about the firm, please visit www.dilworthip.com.