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Patent Enforcement Letters May Create Personal Jurisdiction

USA - January 30 2019 Addressing personal jurisdiction for declaratory judgment actions, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit found that there was personal...


District court: IPR policy does not automatically require license fees based on components

USA - January 30 2019 The US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas ruled that for the purposes of honoring a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND)...

Anthony S. Ferrara, Stefan M. Meisner.


SEP Rights Holder Must License All Comers

USA - November 30 2018 A federal district court in California granted partial summary judgment for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and ordered a standard essential patent...

Stefan M. Meisner.


FTC Secures Partial Victory Requiring SEP Holder to License to All Comers in Antitrust Case

USA - November 14 2018 Recently, a federal district court in California granted partial summary judgment for the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in an important...

Stefan M. Meisner.


“Close-Call” Involving Recurrent Online Sales Triggers Minimum Contacts, Specific Jurisdiction

USA - October 24 2018 In considering whether online sales satisfied the minimum contacts requirement of a due process analysis, the US Court of Appeals for the First...