Injunctive Relief for Standard-Essential Patents

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  • Name
    DJ Healey
    Person title
    Senior Principal
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Much attention has been given lately to the question of whether injunctive relief should be permitted when a party is found to infringe a Standard-Essential Patent (SEP). Both the International Trade Commission and federal district courts have considered the issue and arrived at differing conclusions. The United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division and the United States Patent and Trademark Office have also weighed in on the issue.

Please join Fish’s DJ Healey, Principal in our Houston office, and Andrew Kopsidas, Principal in our Washington, DC, office, as they explore the different outcomes reached in several leading forums and how this is shaping patent litigation in the United States.