This article examines whether the jurisprudence of the enhanced damages provision found in 35 U.S.C. § 284 should be modified in light of recent Supreme Court decisions that have altered the jurisprudence of the attorney’s fees provision found in 35 U.S.C. § 285. The authors conclude that a revision is needed to the standard for determining whether to award enhanced damages under § 284 and that juries as opposed to judges should determine whether to grant such an award as well as the amount of the award.
Howard Wisnia and Thomas Jackman,
Reconsidering the Standard for Enhanced Damages in Patent Cases in View of Recent Guidance from the Supreme Court,
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