Intellectual Property Litigation

Should Patent Holder's Misconduct Be Relevant to Inequitable Conduct?

, New York Law Journal

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Lewis R. Clayton and Eric Alan Stone report on the "Regeneron Pharmaceuticals v. Merus" case and other cases addressing whether litigation misconduct (as opposed to misconduct during prosecution) can render a patent unenforceable, and they provide guidance for practitioners.

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