American Conference Institute\'s 7th Annual Forum on

ITC Litigation and Enforcement

The Premier Forum for Discussing High Stakes Section 337 Investigation Strategies

Tuesday, February 24 to Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Mandarin Oriental, Washington, DC

With potential benefits for patent holders and tremendous challenges for respondents, it has never been so critical to ensure that you are well-equipped to litigate at the ITC.

Join ITC and Federal Circuit Decision-Makers, In-House Counsel and Leading Private Practitioners for What is Regarded as the Most Comprehensive, Practical Event of Its Kind.

With an expedited schedule and severe consequences at stake, the ITC remains a viable option for both U.S. and foreign companies to obtain substantial resolutions in a timely manner.

American Conference Institute’s 7th Annual Advanced Forum on ITC Litigation & Enforcement has become the must-attend event for meeting, benchmarking, and staying up-to-speed on the latest trends in ALJ and Commissioner rulings.

The revamped 2015 agenda was created to facilitate a kind of networking and benchmarking unlike any other conference. With sessions devoted to working through domestic industry hypotheticals, pre-trial strategies and procedures, and an ITC alumni panel, this year’s program is a must-attend if there is any possibility of having to litigate at the ITC.

With the next few months promising to see the resolution of significant cases, including Suprema, and cases on electronic transmissions, among others, this highly advanced agenda will include perspectives from the ITC Commissioners, ALJs, Office of the General Counsel, OUII, and a Keynote from Circuit Judge Evan Wallach from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Benefit from substantive and impactful ITC conversations on:

  • How to deal with an ITC evidentiary hearing that is commonly one week
  • Economic v. technical prong issues in Domestic Industry
  • Costs and challenges associated with being a third party subject to a subpoena
  • When to move for a protective order and limit discovery
  • Weighing the costs and benefits of engaging in litigation at the ITC
  • How data privacy issues impact discovery in China, Japan and Korea

PLUS! View from the ITC Commissioners, ALJs and Staff — part panel and part Q & A, this session will allow the audience ample time to engage with the ITC.

This industry-leading event is expected to sell out once again this year. Register today by calling 888-224-2480, faxing your registration to 877-927-1563, or registering online at