IP Litigation in U.S. District Courts: 1994-2014

Author:Matthew Sag
Position::Law Professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and the Associate Director of the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies
Pages:1065-1112
SUMMARY

This Article undertakes a broad-based empirical review of intellectual property ("JP") litigation in U.S. federal district courts from I 9 9 4 to 2 o I 4. Unlike the prior literature, this study analyzes federal copyright, patent, and trademark litigation trends as a unified whole. It undertakes a systematic analysis of the records of more than I 90, ooo cases filed in federal courts and examines ... (see full summary)


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