Jennifer Nock at ACI's 20th Paragraph IV Disputes Conference

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Optimizing Patent Portfolio Management
New York, New York

Partner Jennifer Nock ("Jen") will serve as a panelist on the session "Optimizing Patent Portfolio Management" at the American Conference Institute (ACI) 20th Anniversary Paragraph IV Disputes Conference taking place April 25-26, 2024, in New York, New York.

Jen's session, taking place on April 25, will provide attendees with effective strategies for managing and maximizing the value of your patent portfolio. Jen and her co-panelists, including in-house counsel from Bristol Myers Squibb and Teva Pharmaceuticals, will provide insights into winning techniques for strategic patent management. Whether navigating patent lifecycles or exploring innovative expansion to your portfolio, you will be empowered with the tools required for successful portfolio optimization.

Leaders from both brand and generic drug companies recognize that this event is the single forum which serves both sides of the industry and is second to none in offering both legal and economic “take aways” for every sphere of this costly, complex, and evolving litigation. This is the only event on market which not only addresses the hot topics, but also puts them within the context of pre-suit considerations, case filings, final adjudication, and every step in between. This unique dynamic exemplifies not only the importance of the content and legal theory presented, but the contending business acuities as well.

To learn more about the ACI Paragraph IV Disputes Conference, and to register, please visit the event website.

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