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Litigation Webinar: Impact of Recent Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions on IP Cases

Thursday, September 21st, 2017, 1:00 pm EDT

Litigation Webinar: Impact of Recent Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions on IP Cases

This webinar took place on: Thursday, September 21st, 2017, 1:00 pm EDT

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Recent Supreme Court decisions on intellectual property law have changed the world for intellectual property holders, and the evolving post-grant landscape continues to be shaped by the Federal Circuit. Fish attorneys Lauren Degnan and John Dragseth discussed the possible consequences of recent IP cases including:

  • TC Heartland – how is this critical venue decision affecting where patent cases are filed, and how are parties and courts working around it?
  • Halo – one year later, what has been the practical effect of loosening the standard for damage enhancement?
  • Matal v. Tam – Is this a one-hit wonder, or will it have broader impact at the PTO and in the market?
  • Lexmark – what does this international exhaustion case mean in the real-world marketplace for patentees and their competitors?
  • Sandoz v. Amgen – what does the future look like for biologics disputes?
  • Post-Grant Due Process – various Federal Circuit decisions that impose limits and requirements for post-grant proceedings, and the practical results of those decisions and strategies that can take advantage of the decisions.
  • Section 101 – without beating a tired horse, we fit the last year of decisions into the “framework” already created by the courts.

We also previewed the pending cases relating to constitutionality of post-grant proceedings (Oil States), reviewability of post-grant institution decisions (Wi-Fi One), and procedures for amending claims in an IPR (In re Aqua).

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