patent damages

How Important is Compliance with the Marking Statute? The Federal Circuit Continues to Say It Is Pretty Important.

When an accused infringer admits to knowledge of potential infringement, but the commercial embodiment of the patent fails to comply with the marking statute, 35 U.S.C. § 287, what date should be used for calculating damages?  T… Read More

Non-Patented Features and the Entire Market Value Rule

Evidence that a patented feature drives customer demand is insufficient to justify damages under the entire market value rule (EMVR) when non-patented features may drive customer demand. Power Integrations, No. 2017-1875 (Fed. Cir… Read More

Date of Assignment Limits Standing for Patent Plaintiff

A defendant was entitled to summary judgment limiting the plaintiff to damages only for infringing acts that occurred after the date of the assignment.  CSB-System Int’l., Inc. v. SAP America, Inc., No. 10-2156 (E.D. Pa. Ap… Read More