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IP Attorneys Andrew Riddles and Eric TeVelde Discuss Value of Patent Opinions After America Invents Act in Inside Counsel

Publisher: Inside Counsel
April 30, 2014
Day Pitney Author(s) Andrew M. Riddles Eric J. TeVelde

Inside Counsel publishes an article titled "The value of patent opinions after the America Invents Act (Part 1)" co-authored by Day Pitney partner Andrew Riddles and associate Eric TeVelde. The column (which is part one of a two-part series) explains the importance of patent opinions in patent litigation even after the enactment of section 298 within the America Invents Act, which removed failure to obtain or present advice of counsel as a basis for establishing willful or induced infringement.

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