Patent Injunctions After EBay

25 July 2008 Publication
Authors: Stephan J. Nickels

IP Law360

Foley attorneys Stephan Nickels and William Robinson authored an article titled "Patent Injunctions After EBay" for the July 25, 2008 edition of IP Law360. The article addresses the Supreme Court’s ruling in eBay Inc. v. MercExchange, which requires that a patent holder suing for patent infringement in order to permanently stop a defendant from making, selling or using an infringing product must go through the same four-part analysis that is applied in any other case in order to get a permanent injunction.

Reprinted with permission from Portfolio Media, Inc.

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