Tom Duston Authors Chapter in PLI’s Patent Law Institute Course Handbook

May 23, 2016

IP Litigation partner Thomas L. Duston authored a chapter titled “The Special Issues Arising from Disputes with NPEs” in Practising Law Institute (PLI)’s 10th Annual Patent Law Institute Course Handbook. The course handbook addresses patent law subject matter authored by attorneys and related professionals, and serves as an educational supplement for various PLI programs. For more information about PLI programs, click here.

Mr. Duston is a hands-on trial lawyer who focuses on patent litigation across a wide spectrum of technologies, from aerospace and biochemistry to Internet/e-Commerce and medical devices. Mr. Duston is praised for both his creativity and tenacity as a trial attorney. The Leading Lawyers Network has named him a Leading Lawyer in IP Litigation and profiled him in its September 2014 edition of Leading Lawyers Magazine. U.S. News and World Report has repeatedly listed him as among “The Best Lawyers in America” in the practice area of Litigation - Intellectual Property. Thompson Reuters has identified him as among the “Top 100” attorneys in Illinois, and repeatedly named him among its list of “Super Lawyers.” American Lawyer Media (ALM) and Martindale-Hubbell selected him as a "Top Rated Lawyer in Intellectual Property.” The IP Stars Survey (fka the World IP Handbook and Survey) named him an "IP Star.”