IP Strategist: Patent Venue Rule Remains the Same For Now

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In an article published in the June 2016 issue of IP Strategist, Ryan Corbett and Harvey Kauget provide insight on the patent venue rule.

The article details how the courts have broadly interpreted the venue statutes in a manner that allows patent holders to file infringement lawsuits in what are perceived to be patent-friendly jurisdictions. Corbett and Kauget emphasize that the Venue Equity and Non-Uniformity Elimination Act of 2016 requires six new rules to allow patent actions to be brought in judicial districts.

For the full article, subscribers may click Patent Venue Rule Remains the Same For Now.

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