SCOTUS wary of unintended consequences in Limelight v Akamai
The Supreme Court has to weigh up tough issues in Limelight Networks v Akamai Technologies because ruling in favour of Akamai on the issue of induced infringement could lead to a barrage of lawsuits
In oral arguments in Limelight Networks v Akamai Technologies on April 30, the Supreme Court seemed hesitant to create a precedent that one justice worried could lead to “vast numbers of consumers” being sued for patent infringement.
The case concerns...
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