On January 16, 2008, the Supreme Court heard argument in Quanta Computer Inc. v. LG Electronics Inc., No. 06-937. At issue is the scope of the patent-exhaustion doctrine and whether a patent holder can place any restrictions through a license on a patented product after a first sale has taken place. In addition to the parties, the Solicitor General also argued as amicus curiae.
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