No Personal Jurisdiction Based on “Location” of Patent

A patent owner’s residence in Washington state did not confer personal jurisdiction over defendants in a dispute over the defendants’ rights to license and sub-license the patent.  VSIM Patent Co., LLC v. Benson, No.… Read More

Settlement Agreement Does Not Prevent Suit Against Microsoft Customers

There is a reason why parties negotiating settlement agreements in patent cases often devote considerable time and energy to negotiating language covering use of patented technology by the licensee’s customers and downstream… Read More

Must an Offer to License Be Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory?

What does a patent owner have to do to meet a requirement of a standards setting organization (SSO) that license terms be reasonable and non-discriminatory (RAND)?  Does the patent owner simply need to be willing to license on RA… Read More

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