Intellectual Property Litigation

Will SCOTUS Copyright Precedent Influence Upcoming Patent Decisions?

, New York Law Journal

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Intellectual Property Litigation columnists Lewis R. Clayton and Eric Alan Stone discuss the differing statutory framework and policy concerns of patent and copyright law, the Supreme Court's recent clarification of the doctrines of laches and exhaustion under the Copyright Act, and the court's upcoming cases involving those doctrines under the Patent Act.

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