The Face Of Patent Litigation After Federal Rules Amendments

Law360, New York (June 23, 2016, 3:05 PM EDT) -- Marc Pensabene

Sarah Pfeiffer In the past five years, patent litigation has seen the implementation of the America Invents Act and several significant U.S. Supreme Court cases that have dramatically altered the patent litigation landscape. As a result of these changes, the filing of new patent cases has dropped in the last six months by nearly 30 percent, falling to only 1,981 cases compared to 2,767 cases in the same period the previous year.[1] The dynamic of Supreme Court and congressional actions occurring in such a...
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