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On February 22, 2017, the Supreme Court in Life Technologies v. Promega ruled that “a single component does not constitute a substantial portion of the components that can give rise to liability under §271(f)(1).”[1]  This ruling limits the reach of … Continue reading

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As the Supreme Court kicked off October Term 2016, it continues to show a strong interest in patent law, granting three petitions so far with more petitions to be considered. Samsung v. Apple – Design Patents Damages The first is … Continue reading

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