Austin principal Laurie Fitzgerald is speaking at the American Bar Association 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, Virginia on April 3-5, 2013. The conference, “What IP Lawyers Need to Know,” will provide professional practice workshops relevant to intellectual property litigation. Ms. Fitzgerald’s program, “When Should Patent Owners Be Required to Reduce the Number of Asserted Claims and Select Claims for Trial?” focuses on the timing and processes for reducing the number of claims asserted in cases where patent owners initially assert a large number of patent claims.
The conference offers over 30 CLE sessions over three days of programming. For more information, or to register, please click here.