The number of patents being invalidated is growing.
Many individuals assume that intellectual property is an example of a type of property. With the word property in the name one could see why people would think that. Be that as it may, as lawyers are all too familiar with, the law is never that easy. This white paper reviews how at least one judge believes that patents, which are possibly the most classic form of intellectual property, are in fact not actually “property” as that word is legally understood.
Matt Acosta is a Partner in the Dallas, TX office of Jackson Walker L.L.P. Matt is an Intellectual Property litigator and advisor experienced in a variety of intellectual property matters. His litigation practice includes counseling clients at every stage of the trial process, including developing cost effective litigation strategies, reducing the burdens of discovery, negotiating favorable settlements, and representing clients at trial. Matt has litigated cases throughout the country, including in Illinois, Florida, Utah, Delaware, California and Texas. Matt has also practiced before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and appeared before the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation. Matt has served as counsel in over seven dozen patent litigation matters involving the internet, telecommunications, consumer electronics, biomedical, and software technology fields. He has also represented clients in an array of contract, breach of warranty, banking, insurance and other complex commercial matters.
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