Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit: Practice and Procedure, will be taught by Donald Dunner, a named partner at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP. The course offers a comprehensive study of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) and its jurisdiction over patent cases from the perspective of an appellate practitioner. It covers litigation strategies and the process of guiding a client through an appeal.
Mr. Dunner served as chairman of the Advisory Committee to the CAFC for the first ten years of the Court’s existence. He was instrumental in the drafting of its rules. Over the years, he has had a very active patent practice before the Court. The New York Times reported that he has argued more Federal Circuit cases than any other litigator in the United States. He is also the Chair of the Advisory Board of John Marshall’s Center for IP, Information and Privacy Law and was the keynote speaker at our 61st Annual IP Conference.
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