Standard for Attorney Fees in Patent Litigation

, New York Law Journal

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In his Intellectual Property Litigation column, Lewis R. Clayton reviews recent decisions of interest, including the U.S. Supreme Court's holdings that should be music to the ears of those who complain about abusive patent litigation, the latest chapter in the smartphone wars, and the denial of copyright protection to a singing telegram performer in a banana costume.

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Originally appeared in print as Supreme Court Liberalizes Standard for Attorney Fees in Patent Litigation

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