Supreme Court Newbie Scores in Patent Fee-Shifting Case

, The Litigation Daily

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Octane Fitness v. Icon Health and Fitness, one of two highly anticipated patent rulings issued by the Supreme Court on Tuesday, doesn't just make it easier for judges to award attorney fees to the prevailing party in infringement cases. It also vindicates Octane's decision to stick with a lawyer who'd never before set foot inside the high court.

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