The U.S. Supreme Court has heard more than 30 patent cases over the last 10 years. A case the high court accepted for review Wednesday could have more impact than any of them since a 2006 decision scaling back injunctions, in the eye of at least one experienced patent litigator.

TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands “could be the biggest change since the eBay case,” said Haynes and Boone partner Kenneth Parker. “The biggest case of the decade.”

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