October 17, 2017
News

David Newman Discusses TC Heartland Case in IP Watchdog Roundtable

David Newman, Chair of Gould & Ratner’s Intellectual Property Practice, was a featured participant in a Q&A on TC Heartland that ran in IP Watchdog.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the TC Heartland case seemed to change the law, but not all district courts have agreed. Furthermore, the Federal Circuit has issued a recent decision in In re Cray, which overturns one of the earliest patent venue decisions from a district court post TC Heartland. David was one of the leading patent attorneys from four firms across the country asked what they think the impact of these decisions will be and what patent litigators who might not be familiar with the Northern District of California need to know.

To view the entire Q&A please visit here.