The year 2016 and the last few months of 2017 have been characterized by many notable developments in a busy U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, causing sea changes in intellectual property law that shift litigation strategies more than ever. While the changes have been far reaching, this article will focus on those which most impact litigation strategies, such as venue, laches, patent exhaustion, patent damages, and extraterritoriality, and provide practical suggestions for strategies to employ, along with real-world examples of successful approaches to navigate this new landscape.
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