Adam P. Samansky



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Federal Circuit Resolves District Court Split, Holds Foreign Defendant Cannot Defeat Rule 4(k)(2) Personal Jurisdiction by Unilateral Post-suit Consent to Jurisdiction in Alternative Forum

USA - January 23 2023 On January 9, 2023, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in In re Stingray IP Solutions, LLC, No. 23-102 granted a writ of mandamus…

Peter J. Cuomo, Joseph D. Rutkowski

Southern District Magistrate Judge Holds That Pleading Willful Patent Infringement Does Not Require Allegations of “Egregious” Infringing Activity and That Requisite Knowledge May Be Provided by a Prior Complaint in the Same Action

USA - January 3 2023 On December 19, 2022, U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert W. Lehrburger of the Southern District of New York recommended denying a motion to dismiss claims…

Peter J. Cuomo, Joseph D. Rutkowski

Eastern District of Texas Holds Willful Infringement Knowledge Requirement May Be Satisfied by Informing Non-Party of Infringement Claims Before Adding That Party as a Defendant

USA - October 19 2022 On October 5, 2022, U.S. Magistrate Judge Roy S. Payne of the Eastern District of Texas recommended denying-in-part a motion for summary judgment of…

Peter J. Cuomo, Joseph D. Rutkowski

An Emerging Split on the Applicability of the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine Under the DTSA

USA - October 10 2022 Federal courts remain split on whether the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) allows for trade secret misappropriation claims brought under a theory of…

Nicholas W. Armington, Oliver Ennis

Judge Albright Holds Willful Infringement Pleading Does Not Require Allegations of Egregious Infringing Behavior

USA - July 22 2022 On July 12, 2022, U.S. District Judge Alan D. Albright of the Western District of Texas denied alleged infringer Lenovo’s motion to dismiss ACQIS’s…

Peter J. Cuomo, Joseph D. Rutkowski