EMC has made repeated trips to the Federal Circuit to transfer a case brought against the company in the Eastern District of Texas. In the process it's won rulings that could benefit other defendants
Judges and lawmakers are working to deter patent suits, but you wouldn't know it from the results of the 2011 edition of our annual Patent Litigation Survey
Corporate Counsel's 2011 Patent Litigation Survey, which ranks law firms on how many federal district court patent cases they handled in 2010, finds patent business growing
Despite judges reining in damages awards, patent litigation shows growth
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