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In Halo Electronics v. Pulse Electronics, Supreme Court Strikes Down Seagate Test for Enhanced Damages Under Section 284 of the...

Patent infringement plaintiffs and defendants alike fret over enhanced damages: Section 284 of the Patent Act, the basis for enhanced damages, provides that a court may grant a damages award up to three times actual damages....more

A Truly ‘Uniform’ Trade Secrets Statute May Not be a Pipedream for Long

A vital part of building and maintaining a business’ competitive advantage is the protection of its trade secrets – information that has “independent economic value” by being generally unknown and that the company takes...more

Williams Mullen FDI USA News - December 2015

FDI USA News highlights the FAQs arising from your projects—from how to finance a deal to selecting the right visa or tax strategy and more. We want to keep FDI News interactive and relevant to your international business. ...more

[Event] PEDC Training: IP Blunders and How to Avoid Them - Oct. 6th, McLean, VA

On Oct. 6, Intellectual Property attorney Josh Brady will deliver a two-hour hands-on training session on how to recognize potential IP blunders and plot a course to avoid them. This will be the first in a series of IP...more

Divided Federal Circuit Says U.S.I.T.C. May Exclude Indirectly Infringing Items

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is a powerful tool for enforcing intellectual property rights. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently expanded that power – at least for the time being,...more

Supreme Court Cuts Out a Slice of the Federal Circuit’s De Novo Pie

Recently, the Supreme Court changed the standard of review the Federal Circuit must use when reviewing district court claim construction decisions in patent cases. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., 574 U.S. ___...more

Supreme Court Agrees to Take Case Assessing Scope of Review for Claim Construction

The Supreme Court on Monday, March 31, 2014, granted certiorari in Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. v. Sandoz, Inc., Case 13-854 (Mar. 31, 2014), a case that has the potential to overturn years of precedent leading back to the...more

Special Due Diligence Concerns When Buying Unmanned Aerial Systems

The regulatory lid is about to come off domestic commercial use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (“UASs”). When that happens, like a vacuum, the U. S. commercial market will seek to deploy every viable system. In the rush to...more

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