Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Five years ago, when I was still getting my feet wet on IP issues, my ALM colleague Lisa Shuchman wrote about a cutting-edge case involving International Trade Commission jurisdiction over data passed through the internet. Lisa and I were both surprised to find out this week that the underlying patent dispute was still kicking around the courts until settling last Thursday. Today a Paul Hastings partner reflects on a 14-year litigation journey that took him halfway around the world. Also, Unified Patents is reporting that patent filings dipped most everywhere in Q1 with the exception of a couple of hot spots. And a Fisch Sigler attorney has run the numbers on the post-Berkheimer landscape. As always you can email me your own thoughts and follow me on Twitter.
Paul Hastings partner Tom Counts.
A Long and Winding Road for Patents on Straightening Teeth
Even in the world of competitor patent infringement, 14 years is a long time to litigate a case.
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