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Fish's John Dragseth Quoted in Law360 Article, "AIA Appeals To Watch At The Federal Circuit"
John Dragseth (Principal, Twin Cities) was quoted in a Law360 article, “AIA Appeals To Watch At The Federal Circuit.”
Husky Injection Molding v. Athena Automation
The seemingly strange scenario of someone trying to invalidate a patent bearing their name is not as uncommon as it sounds, since “the original inventor often has the most interest in having his or her own patent invalidated,” said John Dragseth of Fish & Richardson PC.
“It’s important when someone is leaving their employer and wants to stay in the field and wants to clear things up and make sure their old patent is not going to block them,” Dragseth said, noting the Husky case will determine whether “this district court doctrine should be forced on the patent office.”
To read the entire article from Law360, click here.
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