Marshall, Gerstein & Borun CLE – Stanford v. Roche and Resulting Practice Considerations

August 4, 2011 at 12:00pm1:30pm

Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP, 63rd floor office in the Willis Tower

Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP, 63rd floor office in the Willis Tower
August 16, 2011
12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. (CST)

Pamela Cox and John Labbé will recap the notable aspects of the landmark Supreme Court Stanford v. Roche case in a CLE presentation approved for one hour of MCLE general credit in Illinois. Ms. Cox and Mr. Labbé will focus discussions on non-profit practice considerations resulting from the Case.

Background on the speakers:

Pamela CoxPamela L. Cox, Partner and Chair of IP Transactions concentrates on transactions and counseling related to intellectual property protection and transfer for clients ranging from multinational corporations to non-profit institutions. As a patent attorney who has managed intellectual property portfolios in-house, Ms. Cox understands her clients' intellectual property and agreement needs, and remains passionately engaged until achieving their strategic objectives. Clients find her talented at unraveling complex deal structures and devising creative agreement solutions as a seamless member of their team.

John LabbéPartner John R. Labbé is a trial lawyer with a practice focused on patent litigation. His trial experience includes jury and bench trials in state and federal courts. His patent cases encompass a broad range of technologies, and he has a particular expertise in patent ownership disputes. Mr. Labbé works with his clients to develop efficient solutions to the challenges of litigation. He devises creative strategies to achieve his clients' objectives. Mr. Labbé has represented clients in patent infringement and ownership disputes as well as trade secret, copyright, trademark, media, defamation, antitrust, and securities litigation. He is also a patent attorney admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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