RatnerPrestia Counsel James Gould to Speak at Patent Conference

Valley Forge, PA | April 2015 – Counsel James Gould will speak, as part of a panel, at the University of Baltimore’s School of Law Patent Conference, Post-Grant Procedures at the Patent Office: Timely Cure or New Disease? The conference will take place at the John and Frances Angelos Law Center from 10am to 3pm on April 17, 2015. The panel will address future aspects of post-grant proceedings at the USPTO, including the future role of existing procedures as currently constituted and also the need (if any) for legal changes to post-grant proceedings.
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James Gould joined RatnerPrestia after 20 years with Merck & Co./Schering-Plough. Having handled complex pharmaceutical and biotech patent cases for corporate clients throughout his career, Mr. Gould brings a strong business background to the firm. He is fluent in German and has enforced patents extensively in litigation throughout Germany and other parts of Europe and Asia. He also has experience as a trial attorney at the United States International Trade Commission and frequently speaks on pharmaceutical and biotech patent law and litigation matters.

RatnerPrestia’s practice is devoted exclusively to intellectual property (IP) law. With extensive and diverse legal, technical and corporate expertise, its professionals provide practical, cost-effective, business-oriented counseling to a wide range of international and domestic businesses. It represents clients in court proceedings and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Through its extensive network of foreign associates, it also represents clients before courts and administrative bodies around the world. RatnerPrestia is a full-service IP firm with a 30 year proven track record of success. For additional information, visit www.RatnerPrestia.com.

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