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Infringers Seeking to Establish a Patent Marking Defense May Bear the Burden of Showing Unmarked Products are Covered by the Asserted Patents

USA - May 17 2016 A Florida court recently refused to limit a patent owner’s damages recovery for failure of its licensee to mark the patent numbers on products that...

John C. Paul, D. Brian Kacedon.

Spotlight on Upcoming Oral Arguments - March, 2016

USA - February 29 2016 In this appeal, the Federal Circuit will have the opportunity to further clarify the impact of Williamson v. Citrix Online on means-plus-function...

District Courts Increasingly Award Attorneys’ Fees Based on Patentees' Unreasonable Positions and Vexatious Litigation Strategies

USA - December 29 2015 Following a Supreme Court ruling in 2014, district courts have awarded attorneys' fees to defendants in an increasing number of patent litigations...

John C. Paul, D. Brian Kacedon.

Spotlight on Upcoming Oral Arguments - January 2015

USA - December 28 2015 In two cases drawing significant amicus participation, Mylan challenges the district court’s determination that Mylan, a Paragraph IV ANDA applicant...

Seller May Be Sued Outside Its Home State for Infringing Online Sales Through Amazon.com

USA - December 22 2015 A Massachusetts court found that it had jurisdiction to hear a patent and trademark infringement suit filed against a seller located.in Washington...

John C. Paul, D. Brian Kacedon.