The Chisum Patent Academy will be offering its next Intensive Patent Law Seminar from July 30 to August 1, 2012 in Seattle, WA. The three-day seminar will focus on recent and important legislative and case law developments in U.S. patent law, including the American Invents Act of 2011, patent-eligible subject matter in the wake of Mayo v. Prometheus, post-KSR nonobviousness decisions, Therasense and the future of inequitable conduct, and the Federal Circuit's ongoing schism over patent claim construction.
The seminar is co-taught by Donald Chisum, author of the treatise Chisum on Patents (LexisNexis), and Janice Mueller, who was a tenured full Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law from 2004-2011. The registration fee for the seminar is $2,000; a maximum of ten registrations will be accepted for the seminar. Those interested in registering for the seminar can do so here. Additional information regarding the seminar can be obtained here or by e-mailing email@example.com.