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INSIGHTs Webinar - Patent Damages: The Success and Failure of a Theory

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015, 1:00 pm EST

INSIGHTs Webinar - Patent Damages: The Success and Failure of a Theory

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​As we learned in our last patent damages webinar, patent damages are part of every patent infringement case. Not all damages theories succeed. The district courts have been scrutinizing apportionment approaches, use of comparable licenses and extraterritorial issues.  Recent court decisions, however, tell us that patent damages can be presented at trial, even without a damages expert or an opinion on the damages amount. 

Join our webinar to hear Chris Marchese and Danielle Williams address:

  • Successful apportionment methods,
  • Comparable licenses, and
  • Extraterritoriality factors that can be used to reduce the risk of global liability. 

They will also discuss what “book of wisdom” evidence has been and has not been effective, and why.

Chris and Danielle are co-authors of the Patent Damages blog.

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