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US Supreme Court Eyes Patent-Enforced Post-Sale Restrictions

IP Watch

21 Dec 2016

Matthew D’Amore, a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group and a member of the firm’s Life Sciences Practice Group, was quoted regarding how the U.S. Supreme Court can change patent owners’ post-sale power in the article, “US Supreme Court Eyes Patent-Enforced Post-Sale Restrictions,” published by Intellectual Property Watch on December 21, 2016.

Reasonable people could reach different conclusions on the best policy for post-sale conditions, noted Mr. D’Amore. He added, “It will be interesting to see how the Supreme Court rules on this issue.” 



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