The Supreme Court recently issued two unanimous decisions concerning the standards governing claims for induced infringement and indefiniteness. A summary of the decisions follows.
Limelight Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Technologies, Inc.
In Limelight Networks, the Supreme Court decided that a party could not be liable for inducing another party to infringe a patent when there was no direct infringement.
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Topics: Akamai Technologies, Claim Construction, En Banc Review, Induced Infringement, Limelight Networks, Miniauction, Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patents, SCOTUS
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Intellectual Property Updates
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