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Supreme Court Clarifies Enhanced Damages Standard for Patent Cases

If you read one thing ... - The Supreme Court discarded the Federal Circuit’s heightened Seagate standard for awarding enhanced damages under the Patent Act. - The new standard increases the chance of an...more

“RAND-based Damages Analysis Applies to ALL Standard Essential Patents”

If you read one thing... The Federal Circuit held that its RAND-based damages analysis applies to all standard essential patents, even when there is no RAND commitment by the patent holder....more

Federal Circuit Broadens the Reach of Divided Infringement

If you read one thing... - The Federal Circuit revisited the law of divided infringement under § 271(a) after the Supreme Court remanded the case, noting that the Federal Circuit may have previously been “too narrowly...more

Judge Gilstrap to Require Letter Briefing for Alice Motions Before Claim Construction

Judge Gilstrap of the Eastern District of Texas has implemented a new letter brief requirement to rein in the number of so-called “101” or “Alice” motions filed in one of the country’s busiest patent dockets. The Supreme...more

Supreme Court Limits Induced Infringement Liability—For Now

On June 2, 2014, in Limelight Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Technologies, Inc., et al., No. 12-786, the Supreme Court unanimously rejected the Federal Circuit’s conclusion that a defendant can be liable for inducing infringement...more

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