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Intellectual Property Litigation: Federal Circuit Develops Law From Supreme Court Patent Rulings

September 16, 2015 download PDF

Litigation partners Lew Clayton and Eric Stone's Intellectual Property Litigation column appeared in the September 9 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, "Federal Circuit Develops Law From Supreme Court Patent Rulings," discusses two important patent decisions from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit clarifying how that court will implement recent U.S. Supreme Court patent decisions regarding divided infringement and indefiniteness. It also reports on two appellate Lanham Act cases, one addressing a district court's discretion to cancel a trademark and the other recognizing a cause of action for contributory false advertising.

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