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Supreme Court's Lexmark Decision Expands Scope of Patent Exhaustion Defense

USA - June 2 2017 For the fifth time this session, and following fast on the heels of its landmark decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods earlier in May, the Supreme...

Armen N. Nercessian.


Transfer Payments for Offshored Patents Can Invite IRS Scrutiny and Hinder Patent Damages Claims

USA - November 16 2016 Tax inversions and the offshoring of intellectual property by U.S. companies grew from an arcane tax law subject to a popular election year issue this...

Vikram Iyengar.


Intellectual property bulletin summer 2015

USA - September 30 2015 As the number and complexity of cross-border and multi-jurisdictional disputes increase, companies can use 28 U.S.C. 1782 to obtain evidence from U...

Melanie L. Mayer, David Tellekson, Guinevere Jobson.


To join or not to join: when membership in a standard-setting organization is the question

USA - December 23 2014 Participation in standard-setting organizations (SSOs) can be a productive way for companies in a particular industry to influence technical...

Adam M. Lewin, Tammi L. Hill.


Highmark and Octane helped, but legislation on fee shifting still necessary

USA - December 23 2014 There is a continued need for patent reform to address the asymmetrical costs that patent litigation imposes on defendants. Given the substantial...

Brian Lahti.