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Writing for Intellectual Property Magazine, Jim Hall and Paul Cronin Author Article on Determining Venue for Patent Cases

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10.23.2017 | Article

Jim Hall and Paul Cronin, partners in Nutter's Litigation and Intellectual Property Departments, wrote an article that discusses the Federal Circuit order in Re: Cray, Inc. (2017 - 129), which sets rules for determining the appropriate venue for patent cases. In the article, "In Re: Cray Inc., The Federal Circuit Clarifies Where Patent Cases May Be Brought," Jim and Paul summarize the effect In Re: Cray, Inc. has on patent cases and outlines the three factor analysis district courts must consider to interpret the phrase "regular and established place of business" within 28 U.S.C. § 1400(b).

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