Constitutional Standing Is Not Required in the ITC

To sue for patent infringement in federal court, a patentee must meet the constitutional requirements of standing: an injury-in-fact which is fairly traceable to the defendant’s conduct and is redressable by the court. Since at least 1990, the U.S. International Trade Commission has applied the federal court standing requirement to its own patent cases.

Dentons – Insights – Read More

Leave a Reply