Rachel Hughey to speak at Computer & Technology Law Institute

2015 Computer & Technology Law Institute
October 29, 2015

Minneapolis, MN

The former General Counsel of Lawson Software and one of that company’s litigators on the ePlus v. Lawson case share insights, stories and lessons learned in an extended software patent fight – lessons to consider applying to all manner of technology-related IP litigation.

10:00 – 10:45 a.m.
ePlus v. Lawson Up Close: Software Patent Litigation, a Tale of Two Worlds, and Lessons for Handling Your Next “Tech IP” Litigation

        Act 1: A procurement application lives in harmony in its world for over 20 years.

        Act 2: Without warning, another world strikes with software patent litigation.

        Act 3: Because the two worlds cannot settle and co-exist, a jury must decide their fate.

        Act 4: The jury finds partial infringement, which threatens to enjoin the harmonious world.

        Act 5: After a multi-year intergalactic battle, harmony is restored and only one world remains.

Speakers: Rachel C. Hughey & Bruce McPheeters

Thursday, October 29, 2015
8:55 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

Minnesota CLE Conference Center
600 Nicollet Mall # 370
3rd Floor, City Center
Minneapolis, MN 55402