The Inaugural Samsung-Stanford Conference on Patent Remedies
February 18, 2011
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Sponsored by Samsung Electronics and the Stanford Program in Law, Science & Technology (LST).
Friday, February 18, 2011
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Stanford Law School
About the Samsung-Stanford Conference: Samsung Electronics and Stanford Law School are proud to co-sponsor the first annual conference featuring the winners of the Samsung-Stanford Patent Prize writing competition. The topic of this year's competition is remedies for patent infringement.
The conference will feature four panel discussions with this year's winning authors. Planned panel topics include "The Future of Injunctive Relief in Patent Litigation," "Overcompensation and Apportionment," "Empirical Analysis of Patent Damages," and "Toward a Structured Calculation of Reasonable Royalties."
Conference Agenda: An agenda can be viewed here.
Registration Information: Registration for the Samsung-Stanford Conference is complimentary, but is required. This event is open to the public. Click here to RSVP for this event.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (650) 723-5905.
- Amy L. Landers - Theorizing Patentee Injury.pdf
- Bernard Chao - The Case for Contribution in Patent Law.pdf
- Christopher A. Cotropia - Patent Remedies at the ITC.pdf
- Damon Andrews - Why Patentees Litigate.pdf
- Janet Freilich - A Nuisance Model for Patent Law.pdf
- John Golden - Injunctions' Scope.pdf
- Christopher B. Seaman - Willful Patent Infringement and Enhanced Damages After In re Seagate.pdf
- Dmitry Karshtedt - Demonstrated Instances of Direct Infringement in Calculating RR Damages for Indirect Infringement.pdf
- Mark Lemley - The Ongoing Confusion Over Ongoing Royalties.pdf
- Michael J. Mazzeo et al - Are Patent Infringement Awards Excessive.pdf
- Peter Lee - The Accession Insight and Patent Infringement Remedies.pdf
- Ravi Mohan - Analysis of the EMVR in Complex Technology Litigation.pdf
- Rhonda Sadler - The Role of Jury Instructions in Patent Remedy Gatekeeping.pdf
- Sam Windley & Tony Lai - Efficient Outcomes Through Reasonable Negotiations.pdf
- T. Paul Tanpitukpongse & Kanav Hasija - Game Theory A Zooming and Sliding Method.pdf
- Ted Sichelman - Purging Patent Law of Private Law Remedies.pdf
- Thomas F. Cotter - Four Principle for Calculating Reasonable Royalties.pdf