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When Fixing One Problem Creates Another: How Patent Infringement Arises Out of Product Repairs

USA - February 10 2021 Various products are subject to systems (e.g., purchase agreements) under which product purchasers and third parties are prevented from repairing the…

Fast Track or Slow Stroll? Find the Right Pace For Your Patent Prosecution Matters

USA - December 2 2020 For a company rushing to bring a breakthrough product to a red-hot marketplace, the goal may be a speedy patent prosecution at the United States…

Something on Which Even Patent Litigators Can Agree: McRO v. Bandai, Inc. Clarifies the Framework for Enablement Challenges and for Enablement Defenses

USA - June 1 2020 In McRO, Inc. v. Bandai Namco, Inc. et al., No. 2019-1557, __ F.3d __ (Fed. Cir. May 20, 2020), the Federal Circuit reversed a judgment of invalidity…

Can a Good Deed Ever Go Unpunished? Patent Infringement Considerations for Technologies Used to Combat COVID-19

USA - May 18 2020 With the COVID-19 outbreak, institutions and corporations are scrambling to develop and produce COVID-19 tests and cures, while at the same time…

Jeffrey Lyons.

All’s Fair in Love and War . . . So What About Fair Use in the Time of Coronavirus?

USA - April 20 2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools, colleges, universities, libraries and other institutions have closed and migrated their in-person…