Kirkland Seminar

Kirkland & Ellis 14th Annual Technology & Law Seminar

The 14th Annual Technology & Law Seminar was held on May 11, 2007. The Technology & Law Seminar is an annual one-day seminar that explores current strategic legal issues relating to intellectual property and technology. It is designed for lawyers and executives responsible for exploiting or protecting their company's intellectual property and technology assets. Topics included: "View From the Top: How the Supreme Court and En Banc Federal Circuit are Reshaping IP Rights," "Injunctive Relief Strategies," "Pending Legislation: The Patent Reform Act of 2007," "Electronic Discovery: Recent Development and Applications," "Advanced Topics in Open Source," "Litigation and Transactional Implications of MedImmune v. Genentech," "Patent Licensing on Fair, Reasonable and Non-discriminatory Terms": Advice from the Trenches," "Intellectual Property Monetization," "Trade Secret Litigation:  Strategic Considerations at the Outset of the Case," "Strategic Issues For Means-Plus-Function Claims," and "Intellectual Property Issues When Doing Business in China." The seminar was held live in Chicago, and videoconferenced to Kirkland's Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. offices.