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

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Divided Infringement
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