Jeremy Oczek

Jeremy Oczek

Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC

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Is The Supreme Court’s Teva V. Sandoz Decision A “Game Changer” In Patent Cases?

On January 20, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc. holding that “clear error,” not “de novo,” is the correct standard of appellate review for underlying factual...more

1/21/2015 - Claim Construction Clear Error Standard De Novo Standard of Review Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Patent Litigation Patents Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Pharmaceutical Patents Popular SCOTUS Teva v Sandoz

Recapping 2014: IP Cases in New York State

New York State and its four U.S. district courts – the Northern District (N.D.N.Y.), Southern District (S.D.N.Y.), Eastern District (E.D.N.Y.), and Western District (W.D.N.Y.) – have been well-known venues for IP cases. How...more

1/9/2015 - Copyright Copyright Litigation Patent Litigation Patents Trademark Litigation Trademarks

IP & Technology Newsletter (Fall 2014)

The Supreme Court’s decision in Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd. vs. CLS Bank Int’l, 134 S. Ct. 2347 (decided June 19, 2014) (“Alice”) is an important decision that will have an impact on software and computer-related inventions. In its...more

9/26/2014 - CLS Bank v Alice Corp Computer-Related Inventions Patent Infringement Patent Litigation Patents SCOTUS Software

Lex Machina releases patent litigation report

Today, Lex Machina released its “2013 Patent Litigation Year in Review” report. The Lex Machina report includes comprehensive statistics over many different verticals — patents, parties, districts, judges, rulings, etc. The...more

5/14/2014 - Patent Infringement Patent Litigation Patents

Litigating a Patent Case in New York? Check the Local Patent Rules in Your District

All four U.S. District Courts in New York — the Northern District (N.D.N.Y.), Southern District (S.D.N.Y.), Eastern District (E.D.N.Y.), and Western District (W.D.N.Y.) — have enacted Local Patent Rules. S.D.N.Y. and...more

5/8/2014 - Local Patent Rules Patent Litigation Patents

IP & Technology Newsletter (Spring 2014)

In this issue: - Special Report: US Supreme Court Will Decide Key IP Cases in 2014 - Patent Litigation: Strategies to Battle NPEs: Lessons from the Front Lines - Design Patents: The Federal Circuit...more

5/2/2014 - Design Patent Highmark v. Allcare Octane Fitness v. ICON Patent Litigation Patent Prosecution Patent Trolls Patents SCOTUS Technology

Strategies to Battle NPEs: Lessons from the Front Lines

Patent lawsuits brought by non-practicing entities (“NPEs”), sometimes referred to as “patent trolls,” can be expensive for companies defending such lawsuits. Indeed, according to a 2013 survey by the American Intellectual...more

4/30/2014 - Patent Litigation Patent Trolls Patents

E-Discovery in Patent Cases: A Look at “Model Orders”

Last week, we wrote about the proposed Local Patent Rules in the Western District of New York (W.D.N.Y.), which include a “Model Order Regarding E-Discovery in Patent Cases.” The Western District’s Model E-Discovery Order is...more

12/12/2013 - Discovery Electronically Stored Information Local Patent Rules

U.S. House Passes Bill to Reform Patent Litigation

The U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill today called the “Innovation Act,” H.R. 3309, which was aimed at reigning in abusive patent litigation filed by “non-practicing entities (NPEs)” or “patent trolls.” The bill...more

12/5/2013 - Discovery Fee-Shifting Statutes Innovation Act Non-Practicing Entities Patent Reform Patents Pleadings

W.D.N.Y. Proposes Local Patent Rules

The Western District of New York (W.D.N.Y.) recently announced proposed Local Patent Rules that would apply in all patent cases filed in this district. A copy of the proposed Local Patent Rules can be found here (see alert)....more

12/2/2013 - Discovery Local Patent Rules Patent Infringement Patents

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