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The Road More Traveled: Patent Attorneys Head to Delaware

Bloomberg Law

28 Jan 2018

The biggest impact from last May’s TC Heartland ruling has been the strategic decisions around venue as plaintiffs are going to Delaware with greater frequency. As a result, there’s growing concern over a backlog of cases according to Richard S. J. Hung, co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, in the Bloomberg Law article “The Road More Traveled: Patent Attorneys Head to Delaware.”

“The potential delay in time to trial is certainly part of the discussion” when deciding where to bring a case he said. “Plaintiffs typically want a faster trial.”

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