Federal Circuit Review | May 2024

Infringement Judgement is Only Final when there’s Nothing Left to Do but Execute – In Packet Intelligence LLC v. Netscout Systems, Inc., Appeal No. 22-2064, the Federal Circuit held that an infringement judgment is only sufficiently “final” to be immune from a later finding of unpatentability if the litigation has moved to a stage that leaves nothing for the court to do but execute the judgment….
By: Knobbe Martens
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