Maximizing Your Patent Strategy In A Changing World

January 3, 2009

While this year was not as dramatic as 2007, we still had some significant developments in the patent arena. Certainly one of the most anticipated cases was the United States Supreme Court's decision in Quanta Computer Inc. v. LG Electronics Inc., 128 S. Ct. 2109; 170 L. Ed. 2d 996 (U.S. 2008), with its impact on the patent exhaustion doctrine. For matters decided so far in 2008, this case has the most potential to affect the area of patent law-specifically strategies of licensing versus enforcement. 

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