Implied Threats Suffice In Patent Disputes, Says Court
Effectively dismissing the long-held standard of a reasonable apprehension of litigation, the U.S. Federal Circuit ruled Monday that promises by a patent holder not to sue were not enough to quell fears of a lawsuit.
Reversing a district court’s dismissal of a motion for declaratory judgment of non-infringment sought by computer technology company Sandisk Corp., the Federal...
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