Patent damages in a post-Lucent landscape

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Managing IP, Nixon Peabody

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The year following the Federal Circuit's landmark decision in Lucent Technologies v Gateway has seen dramatic changes in the way courts apply patent damages law that promise to have profound effects on the way practitioners prepare their damages cases. Panellists in this web seminar will discuss topics such as developments in the entire market value rule, scrutiny of real world licences, using settlement agreements as evidence, evolving standards for the burden of proof and cases including i4i, Fuji Film and Lucent. Speakers: Eileen McDermott, Americas editor, Managing IP (moderator) Robert Krebs, Partner, Nixon Peabody Ronald F. Lopez, Partner, Nixon Peabody Eric E. Bensen, Consultant

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