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What to Do When You're Removed to Federal Court

Webinar: March 6 (Wednesday) - 12pm to 1pm

 

Whether you are planning to remove a case or your case just got removed, it is critical that you be able to analyze efficiently the potential bases for removal and that you also understand the procedure for doing so or for seeking remand. One misstep could result in a failed removal or a failure to get a case remanded

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

Removal allows a defendant to remove certain cases filed in state court to federal court. Strategically there are a variety of reasons why a defendant may want to litigate in federal court. Whether you are planning to remove a case or your case just got removed, it is critical that you be able to analyze efficiently the potential bases for removal and that you also understand the procedure for doing so or for seeking remand. One misstep could result in a failed removal or a failure to get a case remanded. Join intellectual property expert Erick Howard for a discussion of this important procedure. Mr. Howard will also discuss:

  • Authority for removal
  • Reasons and limits for removal
  • Is the notice of removal procedurally sufficient?
  • Removing a case to federal court – checklist
  • Steps to take immediately once the case is removed
  • Grounds & procedure for remand
  • Failed removal

This program is appropriate for all experience levels.

Webinar CP75504-190

March 6 (Wednesday) - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

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$ 79.00

Removal allows a defendant to remove certain cases filed in state court to federal court. Strategically there are a variety of reasons why a defendant may want to litigate in federal court. Whether you are planning to remove a case or your case just got removed, it is critical that you be able to analyze efficiently the potential bases for removal and that you also understand the procedure for doing so or for seeking remand. One misstep could result in a failed removal or a failure to get a case remanded. Join intellectual property expert Erick Howard for a discussion of this important procedure. Mr. Howard will also discuss:

  • Authority for removal
  • Reasons and limits for removal
  • Is the notice of removal procedurally sufficient?
  • Removing a case to federal court – checklist
  • Steps to take immediately once the case is removed
  • Grounds & procedure for remand
  • Failed removal

This program is appropriate for all experience levels.

ERICK C. HOWARD

Erick C. HowardMr. Howard, Shartsis Friese LLP, San Francisco, is a partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department and head of the Firm’s Trademark Prosecution Practice. Mr. Howard’s primary expertise is in intellectual property litigation (including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, computer law and the protection of technology), contract disputes, business torts and other business litigation.

Mr. Howard also has substantial experience related to technology transactions. Mr. Howard has drafted and negotiated licensing, development, strategic alliance, joint venture and other Internet and technology-related agreements. He has helped businesses and individuals secure trademarks and copyrights and has provided strategic counseling to clients with respect to doing business on the Internet and protecting their intellectual property rights.

Before joining the Firm, Mr. Howard was an intellectual property litigation associate at Sidley & Austin (now Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood) in Chicago from 1996 to 2000. Mr. Howard was a technology transactions associate at Cooley Godward LLP in San Francisco from 2000 to 2002.

Mr. Howard received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
By Month March
By Year 2019
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
By Month March
By Year 2019