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How patent case venue rules could change in TC Heartland

Natalie Rahhal, New York


Natalie Rahhal speaks to former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul Michel and others to assess the potential impact of In re TC Heartland at the US Supreme Court. One outcome could be a sharp fall in filing in the Eastern District of Texas and an increase in a potentially under-resourced District of Delaware

In re TC Heartland is already shaping up to be one of the most important patent cases in the US this year. The Supreme Court on December 14 granted cert in the case, which will give the court an opportunity...


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New IP round-up from @mdloney, featuring biosimilars complaint, SiriusXM ruling, ED of Tex filing slump and more! https://t.co/1szaMeR3j1

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Our analysis of SCOTUS Life Tech v Promega ruling https://t.co/CL6Ibt23RO Court didn't indicate how many components enough for infringement

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RT @PatentScholar: SCOTUS opinion in LifeTech v. Promega is out—supply of single component doesn't lead to §271(f)(1) liability https://t.c

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