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Establishing personal jurisdiction over foreign corporations in ANDA cases

USA - August 6 2014 When can personal jurisdiction be properly asserted against a foreign corporation based on the general local activities of its subsidiary in the…

Carolyn Pirraglia

Induced and divided infringement of method claims: analyzing the impact of Global-Tech, Akamai, and McKesson on patent litigation

USA - November 7 2013 In 2011, the Supreme Court issued a decision in Global-Tech Appliances, Inc. v. SEB S.A. Holding that induced patent infringement under 35 U.S.C. §…

Jennifer C. Tempesta, Nemanja Dundjerovic

Should your company inform standard-setting organizations that your employees participate in related patent prosecution activities?

USA - August 2 2012 Standard setting organizations (“SSOs”) are a common mechanism for innovators in a field to join together, vet proposals for a new or modified form of technology, and collaboratively form a blueprint or standard for the commercial development of such technology.

Henry Chen

Acquisition of standard essential patents: issues to consider before making the deal

USA - March 4 2013 Standards have been widely recognized as valuable platforms for enabling important technology often developed by multiple parties to become rapidly…

Brian Boerman

Second Circuit rules that foreign anticompetitive use of royalty-free patent is insufficient to establish a domestic effect giving rise to claim under the FTAIA

USA - November 7 2014 Standards essential patents can run afoul of United States antitrust law when the patent owner acts in a matter which creates anticompetitive risks…

Brian Boerman