February 24, 2017
Life Technologies v. Promega: Supreme Court Limits Infringement Liability under Section 271(f)(1)
On February 22, 2017, the Supreme Court in Life Technologies v. Promega ruled that “a single component does not constitute a substantial portion of the components that can give rise to liability under §271(f)(1).” This ruling limits the reach of §271(f)(1) and will benefit U.S. manufacturers across the board.
genetic testing, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property, Life Technologies, Patent Litigation, Promega, Section 271(f)(1)
October 14, 2016
Supreme Court October Term 2016 Preview – Patent Cases
As the Supreme Court kicked off October Term 2016, it continues to show a strong interest in patent law, granting three petitions so far with more petitions to be considered.
Apple Inc. v. Samsung Elecs. Co., First Quality, Intellectual Property, Life Technology, Patent Litigation, Promega, SCA Hygiene