The Zero-Damages Conundrum

Two principles are central to the law of patent infringement damages. The first is that, pursuant to the long tradition of common law burdens of proof, plaintiffs bear the burden of proving damages. The second is that, pursuant to the statute, damages awards must not be less than a reasonable royalty.

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