January 2013 All Day Panel

January 2013 All Day Panel

Topic
“The Future of Patent Law Remedies”
Speaker
The Honorable Jimmie Reyna

Location

University San Diego


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About Judge Reyna:

Jimmie V. Reyna was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by President Barack Obama in 2011.  Prior to his appointment, Judge Reyna was an international trade attorney and shareholder at Williams Mullen, where, from 1998 to 2011, he directed the firm’s Trade and Customs Practice Group and its Latin America Task Force, and served on its board of directors (2006-08, 2009-11). He was an associate and partner at the law firm of Stewart and Stewart (1986-98).  From 1981 to 1986, Judge Reyna was a solo practitioner in Albuquerque, New Mexico and, prior to that, an associate at Shaffer, Butt, Thornton & Baehr, also in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Judge Reyna served on the U.S. roster of dispute settlement panelists for trade dis­putes under Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the U.S. Indicative List of Non-Governmental Panelists for the World Trade Organization, Dispute Settlement Mechanism, for both trade in goods and trade in services.

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“The Future of Patent Law Remedies” (5.0 MCLE hours, including 1.0 Hr. of Ethics) 

Friday, January 18 @ University of San Diego campus (9:00 am – 4:00 p.m.) The Program will include:

Judges Panel: The Honorable Jimmy V. Reyna, Federal Circuit Court of Appeals; The Honorable Cathy Ann Bencivengo, The Honorable Marilyn Huff, The Honorable Janis Sammartino, Southern District of California (Patent Pilot Judges)

Keynote: The Honorable Jimmy V. Reyna, Federal Circuit Court of Appeals

Ethics Panel: Professor David McGowan, University of San Diego School of Law

Professors Panel: Professor Thomas Cotter, University of Minnesota School of Law; Professor Ted Sichelman, University of San Diego School of Law

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