Does Offshore Mean Off-Limits?

Courts address the geographic scope of patent laws.

, New York Law Journal

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Jodyann Galvin, a partner at Hodgson Russ, and Melissa N. Subjeck, a senior associate with the firm, write that the key to determining whether the U.S. patent laws protect against infringement by an offshore manufacturer boils down to location: Where did the offer to sell or sale occur? The answer is not as simple as one might think.

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