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USA - September 7 2012 On August 31, 2012, the Federal Circuit, sitting en banc, loosened the requirements for proving induced infringement of method claims.
USA - June 8 2012 For many years, information technology companies in the United States have expressed concern regarding what they have perceived to be the prevalence of pirated software in certain countries.
USA - May 8 2012 On May 4, 2012, the Federal Circuit issued a blow to all Non-Practicing Entities who had filed multi-defendant cases in an effort to avoid the joinder requirements of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (“AIA”).
USA - March 16 2012 One of the “greatest weakness of the US court system is its expense…and the driving factor for that expense is discovery excesses,” said the Federal Circuit Chief Judge Rader when he first introduced the Federal Circuit model discovery order (“CAFC Model Order”) in conjunction with a recent discussion to the Eastern District of Texas Bench and Bar.
Co-authors: Jason Xu.
USA - February 9 2012 A record high number of new intellectual property-related cases were filed at the United States International Trade Commission (“USITC”) during FY 2011.