Building strong IP foundations: Insights into patent litigationExplore our video series on strategic issues in patent law
Using case studies, Paul Steadman discusses important developments in US trade secrets practice, including the trending use of the International Trade Commission to litigate trades secrets disputes.
We discuss the status quo of the case law and the lessons learned from the most recent major litigations. We expect that the Unified Patent Court will be a popular new forum for SEP litigation and provide a brief update on the UPC preparations and consider how the UPC may deal with SEP cases.
The ITC session reviews data regarding the popularity of the ITC and results over time, including by comparing results achieved by US vs. non-US respondents; discusses the newest Administrative Law Judge appointee; and reviews trends and legal updates in the ITC and discusses practical advice for how similar results may be achieved.
The landscape of US patent litigation has been shifting rapidly over the past few years, with several important developments in the law of venue, damages and SEPs. Matthew Satchwell provides a strategic update on these new developments and what it all means for your next patent litigation in the United States.