Rochester Business Journal
June 9, 2017
High court ruling may aid defendants in patent suits
By: Mike Costanza

On May 22, the U.S. Supreme Court altered the legal landscape for patent infringement suits

“The argument here that Heartland is making is that 1400 is supposed to limit venue,” says Teige Sheehan, a patent attorney with Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti, P.C.
The Delaware court and a federal appellate court rejected TC Heartland’s argument, and the firm appealed again.
“This case has to do with where patent holders are able to bring patent infringement lawsuits against alleged infringers,” Sheehan explains.

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