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Join Us at the Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute

Partner, Chris Mammen will be speaking at the the Advanced Patent Law Institute in Palo Alto on Dec 6-7, 2018. The APLI offers a results-oriented, in-depth look at the latest developments in patent law and practice. Co-organized by BCLT and Stanford Law School, it presents an expert faculty of judges, academics, litigators, patent prosecutors, and senior IP counsel from major corporations. Chris

US Patent Litigation: Choosing the right expert and demonstration of expert testimony

As part of the Practising Law Institute’s (PLI) Patent Litigation 2018: Advanced Techniques & Best Practices program on November 14/15, Partner Eric Lobenfeld will be speaking on the following topic: Choosing the Right Expert and Demonstration of Expert Testimony Expert witnesses play a critical role in patent litigation with respect to both liability and damages issues.

Not so unitary after all? Cease & desist and damages claims law in EUTM infringements

The Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt recently ruled on the territorial scope of cease and desist claims and the law applicable to damages claims in a case where infringing acts occurred in several EU Member States (Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt, case ref. 6 U 4/15). Generally, the EU trademark regulation provides unitary protection of

A sigh of relief: Guangdong Higher People’s Court reduces record trademark damages award in its New Balance appeal judgment.

On 23 June 2016, the Guangdong Higher People’s Court handed down its long-awaited judgment in the New Balance/新百伦-case. In its judgment, the Court upheld the finding of trademark infringement by New Balance, but reduced the damages granted in first instance from RMB 98 million by nearly twenty-fold, to ‘only’ RMB 5 million (approximately USD 750,000).

China – The SPC irons out some wrinkles in its new judicial interpretation on patent disputes

The Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”) has recently issued a new judicial interpretation on patent disputes (“JI”). In this new JI, the SPC seeks to streamline its former JI with the Patent Law, and tweak some patent litigation rules. The SPC’s new JI – which came into effect on February 1, 2015 – replaces the former