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Registration is underway for the Fall 2012 Advanced Courses Conference from October 17-23, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa (formerly the Hyatt Grand Champions Resort, Villas & Spa) in Indian Wells, California. We’ve already looked at one key course on the America Invents Act that will be held at the Fall 2012 Advanced Courses Conference, and we’ve also highlighted other popular courses that will be held this fall:

This week’s highlighted course provides insight into two years (2010-2012) of significant patent cases at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  Continue reading to learn all the details about the course  Federal Circuit Law (2010-2012).
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Registration is open for the Fall 2012 Advanced Courses Conference from October 17-23, 2012 at the Hyatt Grand Champions Resort, Villas & Spa in Indian Wells, California. We’ve already looked at one key course on the America Invents Act that will be held at both the Summer and Fall 2012 Advanced Courses Conferences, and we’ve also highlighted other popular courses that will be held in the Fall or Summer:

The Fall 2012 Course highlighted today will guide you through two years of relevant cases from the Federal Circuit  and will describe how the America Invents Act 2011 (AIA) may affect Federal Circuit Law.  Read on to learn all about Federal Circuit Law (2010-2012)!
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PRG’s Spring 2012 Advanced Courses Program will be held from March 25-31, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, Florida, and all courses have been updated to reflect the many impacts of AIA.  You still have time to sign up, but the registration deadline is March 2, 2012!  We’ve posted an overview of all Spring 2012 Advanced Courses and looked at many of the valuable patent law courses available through the program:

Today’s course highlight gives insight to Federal Circuit law – past, present and future. After the jump, learn more about Federal Circuit Law (2010-2012)!
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