Decoding the Framework of Double Patenting: Legal Issues and Insights Uncovered!

Broadcast Date: Monday, October 24, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (ET)
protection of intellectual property
Gurpreet Singh Walia
Thomas Hedemann
Alan Macek


About Cohen & Gresser LLP

Cohen & Gresser is a midsize law firm with offices in New York, Paris, and Seoul. We represent clients in complex litigation and corporate transactions throughout the world. Founded in 2002, Cohen & Gresser LLP has been recognized in Chambers USA, Legal 500, and Benchmark Litigation, and has grown to nearly sixty lawyers in six practice areas: Litigation and Arbitration, Intellectual Property and Technology, White Collar Defense, Corporate, Tax, and Employment Law. 


About Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP

Axinn is a different kind of law firm.  It combines the skills, experience and dedication of the world’s largest firms with the focus, responsiveness, efficiency and attention to client needs of the best boutiques.  Axinn was established in the late 1990s by lawyers from premier Wall Street firms with a common vision, and has been joined by lawyers from the best firms and law schools who share that vision. Axinn is devoted to providing the highest conceivable quality of service in three practice areas:  antitrust, intellectual property and high-stakes litigation.  Axinn achieves that goal with world-class skills and deep trial experience.  Time and again, major companies have turned to Axinn for their biggest deals and cases, often on the eve of trial.


About Dimock Stratton LLP

Dimock Stratton is an intellectual property boutique focusing on patent litigation. As one of Canada’s preeminent IP firms, it has represented some of the globe’s biggest brands and innovators. Its lawyers have been involved in one out of every five patent trials in Canada in the last 25 years. Dimock Stratton has been involved in leading cases in copyright, trademarks and patents including before the Supreme Court of Canada in Robertson v. Thomson Corp. and Globe & Mail on copyright in collective works, and in SOCAN v. Bell Canada on fair dealing of music previews; in Lego v. Mega Bloks on the intersection of trademark and patent law; and in Free World Trust v. Electro Santé and Whirlpool v. General Electric on patent claim construction and infringement.