Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Federal Circuit Affirms in Part, Reverses in Part, in Carnegie-Mellon v. Marvell

Here is the opinion.  I'm at a conference on empirical studies on patent law but will try to blog about this later today or tomorrow.  Important holding:  Patent owner is not entitled to damages for products that were made and used abroad and were not sold within or imported into the U.S., even if the demand for those products is traceable to infringing conduct (a sales cycle) that occurred in the U.S.  For previous discussion  on this blog, see here and here.

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