12-12-19 Katherine H. McGuire, Esq. was a featured speaker on "Damage Apportionment in Patent Infringement Cases: Practical Tips and Strategies Explored."

Posted on December 12, 2019

Katherine H. McGuire, Esq., the Chair of the firm's Intellectual Property Department, was a featured speaker for The Knowledge Group's webcast presentation on December 12, 2019, "Damage Apportionment in Patent Infringement Cases: Practical Tips and Strategies Explored." Katie's portion of the presentation is below. To learn more about the webcast, go to:

https://www.theknowledgegroup.org/webcasts/damage-apportionment-in-patent-infringement-cases/

SEGMENT 1:
Katherine McGuire, Partner
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP

  • Cornell v HP (2009): Smallest Salable Patent–practicing Unit
  • Lucent Technologies v. Gateway (2009): Entire Market Value Rule And Comparability of Licenses
  • LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer (2012): Exceptions for Entire Market Value Rule
  • Ericsson, Inc. v. D-Link Sys., Inc (2014): Incremental Value of Patented Invention
  • Mentor Graphics v. EVE-USA (2017): Panduit Factors for Lost Profits can be Sufficient Apportionment
  • Finjan v Blue Coat (2018): Importance of Apportionment in Royalty Base
  • Power Integrations v. Fairchild
  • Rite-Hite v. Kelley


SEGMENT 2:


To learn more about The Knowledge Group go to:

Katherine H. McGuire