PATENT LITIGATION: TEACHING TECHNOLOGY TO JUDGES AND JURIES | Harvard Law School, Room WCC 2004 | April 2, 2013 | The Cyberlaw Clinic, along with the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology and Cooley LLP, presented this talk by Cooley partner Heidi Keefe. The talk concerned patent litigation and the challenges of teaching complex technological concepts to judges and juries at trial. Heidi Keefe tried Facebook’s first patent dispute in July 2011 in Delaware and has continued to represent Facebook, including in its recent dispute with Yahoo. In addition to teaching Facebook’s technology in the court- room, Heidi has tried patent cases on behalf of medical device companies, audio chip manufacturers and other software companies (including Microsoft and eBay).
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