Brinckerhoff Comments on SCOTUS Patent Decision

19 June 2019 Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property News
Partner Courtenay Brinckerhoff was quoted in a Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property article, “Supreme Court limits how government can challenge patents,” about a U.S. Supreme Court ruling limiting the government’s ability to  challenge a patent under the America Invents Act (AIA).

Brinckerhoff said the decision “may turn out to be more interesting than impactful” because the government has initiated relatively few AIA review proceedings. “This may be because U.S. government agencies are satisfied with the process for resolving patent infringement allegations at the Court of Federal Claims,” she said.


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