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Ideas On Intellectual Property Law August/September 2016

Patterson Thuente IP is pleased to present the August September 2016 issue of Ideas on Intellectual Property Law. We encourage you to read through it for ideas about ways you can protect your intellectual property.  (more…)

Patterson Thuente IP is pleased to present the August September 2016 issue of Ideas on Intellectual Property Law. We encourage you to read through it for ideas about ways you can protect your intellectual property.  4094

Adam Szymanski Joins Our Growing Litigation Team

On the tail of a number of important courtroom wins, intellectual property law firm Patterson Thuente IP welcomes attorney Adam Szymanski to help support its growing IP Litigation practice. Szymanski has experience with litigation surrounding patents, trademarks, and other IP-related disputes, as well as post issuance proceedings. He has worked on the transactional side of IP law as well and has a technical background in advanced materials, life science technologies, chemicals, and nanotechnology. (more…)

On the tail of a number of important courtroom wins, intellectual property law firm Patterson Thuente IP welcomes attorney Adam Szymanski to help support its growing IP Litigation practice. Szymanski has experience with litigation surrounding patents, trademarks, and other IP-related disputes, as well as post issuance proceedings. He has worked on the transactional side of IP law as well and has a technical background in advanced materials, life science technologies, chemicals, and nanotechnology. 4077

Price disparity does not preempt lost profits damages

It’s ba-a-ack! The long-running and wide-ranging patent infringement case, Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., has returned to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit — possibly for the last time. In this latest iteration, the court ruled on the patentee’s damages. Specifically, it held that lost profits damages were available, despite the fact that the infringing product sold for half the price of the patentee’s product. (more…)

It’s ba-a-ack! The long-running and wide-ranging patent infringement case, Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., has returned to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit — possibly for the last time. In this latest iteration, the court ruled on the patentee’s damages. Specifically, it held that lost profits damages were available, despite the fact that the infringing product sold for half the price of the patentee’s product. 4026