In 2013, the Supreme Court decided three patent cases. By June of 2014, it is expected that there will have been six more decisions in patent cases. This week alone, there have been oral arguments heard or decisions released in four cases, addressing the indefiniteness standard (Nautilus v. Biosig Instruments), the standard for awarding attorneys’ fees in patent cases (Octane Fitness/ Highmark), and the standard for inducing patent infringement (Limelight v. Akamai). When considered together and along with Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank (argued on March 31), the implications will likely be far reaching.