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With Seagate Overturned, More Careful Analysis of Competitor Patents May Be A Good Idea

The U.S. Supreme Court has just issued a decision in two unrelated cases[1] that overturns the 2007 Federal Circuit ruling[2], known as “Seagate”. The Supreme Court considers Seagate to be “unduly rigid” and overly limiting as to the potential for enhanced damages in patent infringement cases. Click here to read the full article.

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