Patent Litigation: Recent Decisions Mean Big Changes

May 1, 2008

GC New England. Posted with permission.

A number of recent decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit have led to substantial changes in patent litigation.  We've invited six noted practitioners to give us the lay of the land.  Joining us are Matt Becker, partner in Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider in Hartford; Tony Fitzpatrick, partner in Duane Morris in Boston; Tucker Griffith, partner in McCormick, Paulding & Huber in Hartford; Thomas C. O'Konski, partner in Cesari and McKenna in Boston; Michael Rye, partner in Cantor Colburn in Hartford; and Christopher P.Sullivan, partner in Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi in Boston.

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