False Marking Constitutionality Debate To Rage On

By Allison Grande (February 24, 2011, 9:12 PM EST) -- An Ohio district court's finding that the qui tam provision of the false marking statute is unconstitutional may give a boost to companies targeted in suits over allegedly expired patents, but a widespread and lasting impact on the recent rash of case filings is unlikely to occur until the Federal Circuit inevitably weighs in on the issue, attorneys say....

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