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Sending Infringement Notice Letters May Create Personal Jurisdiction

America Courtroom of Appeals for the Federal Circuit just lately reversed a district courtroom’s grant of movement to dismiss a declaratory decide motion...

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Federal Circuit Upholds Patent Term Extension for Novartis Drug

The USA Courtroom of Appeals for the Federal Circuit lately affirmed a district courtroom determination discovering the ‘229 patent legitimate, unexpired...

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Use of the Book of Wisdom in Reasonable Royalties

An inexpensive royalty in patent infringement litigation is usually decided via the development of a hypothetical negotiation between the patentee and the...

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Can Ideas Be Patented or Protected?

Many individuals ask: can concepts be patented? The brief reply is not any. Sadly, regardless of what you might have heard from late night time tv commercials...

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Federal Circuit affirms PTAB Mixed Decision in Acceleration Bay v. Activision Blizzard

“Acceleration’s poor declare drafting won’t be an excuse for it to infuse confusion into its declare scope,” wrote Decide Moore. “We see no useful...