Intellectual Property LitigationBy Lewis R. Clayton and Eric Alan Stone, New York Law Journal
Should Patent Holder's Misconduct Be Relevant to Inequitable Conduct?
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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