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Will the Supreme Court Revisit Inequitable Conduct?

  • 08.16.13
  • J.T. Haran and Kyle Conklin
  • Intellectual Property Today
John T. Haran and Kyle Conklin recently published an article in the August 2013 issue of Intellectual Property Today. “Will the Supreme Court Revisit Inequitable Conduct?” examines existing standards for inequitable conduct and issues for the Supreme Court to consider in the case of Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC v. 1st Media, LLC. Haran and Conklin discuss how the Supreme Court ruling could affect post-AIA supplemental examinations and the best practices to avoid charges of inequitable conduct.
 
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