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What are the biggest cases up this Supreme Court term, and why does it matter to in-house counsel?

Just a few short years after the America Invents Act brought some of the most sweeping changes to the patent landscape in 50 years, the Supreme Court is set to bring its own not-so-quiet revolution to patent law this term. Ironically, one would need to also go back 50 years to find another decade when the Supreme Court took up more patent cases (and at the current rate, we might need to reach back to the record of 145 cases set in the 1880’s). So what are the biggest cases up this term, and why does it matter to in-house counsel?

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Aaron Charfoos

Aaron Charfoos, a member at Dykema, is an experienced trial lawyer specializing in complex patent and commercial litigation. In addition to leading litigation and appellate...

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