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Litigation Trends 2019

USA - March 19 2019 It is our pleasure to present the 2019 edition of Weil’s Litigation Trends Report, in which we offer our cross-practice assessments and predictions…

Joseph S. Allerhand, Christopher L. Garcia, David J. Lender, Jamie Maples, Benjamin E. Marks, Arvin Maskin, John A. Neuwirth, Steven A. Newborn, Jonathan D. Polkes, Bruce Rich, Edward Soto, Steven A. Tyrrell, Elizabeth S. Weiswasser.

TC Heartland: One Year Later, One Year Clearer

USA - May 24 2018 As we reported at the time, one year ago in TC Heartland the Supreme Court shifted the patent venue landscape by ending a nearly 30-year-long practice…

Amanda Do Couto.

Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of IPR Process but Ends Partial Institutions

United Kingdom, USA - April 25 2018 On April 24, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued highly anticipated decisions in Oil States Energy Services, LLC v. Greene’s Energy Group, LLC et al…

Steve Bosco.

So Long, Seagate: A New Test For Willful Patent Infringement

USA - June 14 2016 In 2007, following years of criticism regarding a willful infringement standard that many believed was too lax, a unanimous en banc Federal Circuit…

Senate introduces bipartisan patent reform bill targeting “troll” litigation

USA - May 1 2015 On April 29, 2015, the U.S. Senate introduced a bipartisan bill known as the "Protecting American Talent and Entrepreneurship Act of 2015," or the…

Robert T Vlasis.