Tag Archives: U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court Opens Door on International Patent Infringement Damages

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled late last week in a case with important implications for international exports and patent law. In WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp., the Supreme Court held that a patent owner can “recover for lost foreign profits” when a defendant “ships components of a patented invention overseas to be assembled there.” … Continue Reading

How the U.S. Supreme Court Ruled on Inter Partes Review and What It Means for Future Patent Challenges

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday on two closely monitored cases affecting how patents could be challenged. In the more high-profile case, the court upheld the constitutionality of the inter partes review (IPR) process enacted by Congress in the America Invents Act, enabling entities to continue to challenge the validity of issued patents in a … Continue Reading

What Looming Supreme Court Decisions Could Mean for Patent Litigation

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to rule soon on a case that could fundamentally change how patent litigation plays out in America, as well as a second case that is more of a tweak around the edges. The potential game-changer is Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group. Its central question is whether … Continue Reading
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