Tuesday, October 26, 2021 | 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET

Virtual patent marking is a convenient alternative to traditional patent marking that allows patentees to provide information about the patents that cover their products online, saving time and expense and allowing for easy updates when patent information changes. But as a fairly recent development in patent law, judicial guidance clarifying the specific requirements of virtual patent marking is relatively sparse. Patentees wishing to take advantage of the benefits of virtual patent marking should act prudently when incorporating it into their patent marking schemes.

On Tuesday, October 26, join Fish attorneys Brianna Chamberlin and Joseph Herriges as they discuss best practices for virtual patent marking, including:

  • Patent marking requirements
  • Virtual marking: case law, examples, and pitfalls
  • Minimizing liability risk for false marking

Fish & Richardson, P.C. is an accredited CLE provider by the California, New York, and Texas State Continuing Legal Education Boards. (California Provider Number 4933). Fish & Richardson will apply for 1.0 hour of CLE credit in some additional states. Credit will be awarded only to attorneys who report their required CLE states during their registration process and who log in and complete the webinar in its entirety. Note that Fish is unable to grant CLE credit to attendees who listen to the audio portion only.

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