Absolute or Equitable Intervening Rights: It Matters

A Delaware District Court grants-in-part and denies-in-part patentee’s motion for summary judgment regarding accused infringer’s defense of intervening rights.  Sonos, Inc. v. D&M Holdings, Inc., No. 14-1330-WCB (D. Del.… Read More

Intervening Rights Do Not Protect Accused Patent Infringer Despite Amendment During Reexamination

The Federal Circuit recently provided a refresher lesson about intervening rights, particularly about what sources of evidence the court may find persuasive, in Convolve, Inc. et al. v. Compaq Computer Corp. et al., No. 2014-1732… Read More

Upcoming Webinar

The February webinar is being presented by Bryan Hart, Associate at Bejin Bieneman, who will discuss recent developments related to design patents. In particular, Mr. Hart will discuss the Federal Circuit’s decision in In re Maatita in August and…Register

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