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  • August 08, 2016
     
    Corporate Counsel
    A Delaware federal judge signed off on automaker and Latham client Jaguar Land Rover North America’s request for more than $2 million in “exceptional case” attorney fees and expenses over a patent infringement case that was deemed “objectively baseless.”
     
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  • May 09, 2016
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit refused to revive a Vehicle Interface Technologies LLC patent asserted against Latham client Jaguar Land Rover, affirming a district judge's finding that the patent was anticipated by prior art.
     
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  • August 10, 2015
     
    Law360
    In a case argued by partner Max Grant, a Federal Circuit ruled that the US International Trade Commission has the authority to prevent the importation of products that hold the potential to induce infringement of US patents after they are imported.
     
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  • August 10, 2015
     
    The Recorder
    An en banc Federal Circuit panel deferred to the US International Trade Commission on its handling of induced infringement claims.
     
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  • February 05, 2015
     
    Law360
    Intellectual Property Litigation partner Max Grant argued on behalf of Latham client Cross Match Technologies Inc. at an en banc hearing before the Federal Circuit. The judges are tasked with determining the scope of the U.S. International Trade Commission's authority by deciding whether the ITC may ban imports that induce infringement from entering the U.S.
     
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  • January 30, 2015
     
    Law360
    The firm’s “stable of veteran IP trial attorneys” honored for high-profile patent case wins and strengths across the practice.
     
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  • January 21, 2015
     
    Law360
    A Delaware federal judge let Latham client Jaguar Land Rover North America LLC and Ford Motor Co. off the hook in a suit accusing the automakers of ripping off a patent for computerized control panels, saying all of the claims of the patent were anticipated by prior art in a 2001 Mercedes-Benz vehicle.
     
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