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Thanks to IAM for the Global Leaders 2020 Designation

In case you are interested in a recent interview IAM conducted about US patent law and post-grant activities, the link with my comments is here.  Thanks to IAM for the Global Leaders 2020 award.  To all my colleagues and clients, thank … Continue reading

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Federal Circuit Employs Phillips Claim Construction to Measure Claims Amended in Reexamination for Possible Intervening Rights

When patent owners sue an accused infringer for patent infringement, one way for the accused infringer to avoid liability is to show noninfringement of the patent claims.  But if the claims are extremely broad, the accused infringer may find it difficult … Continue reading

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