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Power Integrations, Inc. v. Fairchild Semiconductor Int’l, Inc.

Federal Circuit clarifies EMVR applicability in calculating reasonable royalty related to a multicomponent, infringing product that contains other valuable nonpatented features; court explains how the patent holder must show that the patented feature was the sole driver of consumer demand.

Federal Circuit Sharpens EMVR Test Applicable to Multicomponent Products

Federal Circuit clarifies EMVR applicability in calculating reasonable royalty related to a multicomponent, infringing product that contains other valuable nonpatented features; court explains how the patent holder must show that the patented feature was the sole driver of consumer demand.

Merger-Related Projections Pass Muster With Delaware Chancery

In statutory appraisal action, Court of Chancery discredits respondent’s comparable company analyses because the comparables were significantly smaller than the target and not in the same industry or had different multiples; as to the DCF analysis, the ta ...

Merion Capital, L.P. v. 3M Cogent, Inc.

In statutory appraisal action, Court of Chancery discredits respondent’s comparable company analyses because the comparables were significantly smaller than the target and not in the same industry or had different multiples; as to the DCF analysis, the ta ...

Appraiser’s Notes Become Key Evidence in Finding Breach of Corporate Fiduciary Duty

Analyst’s notes instrumental in court finding breach of corporate fiduciary duty.

Farndale Co., L.L.C. and Val Particpations, S.A. v. Folco Gibellina and Accuma, S.p.A

Analyst’s notes instrumental in court finding breach of corporate fiduciary duty ...

Technology Recycling Corp. v. Woodward-Manchester Corp.

The Michigan Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's award for exemplary damages, which roughly equated Technology Recycling's lost profits estimate, because lost profits may not be awarded as exemplary damages but may be awarded as compensatory damages.

Wendt v. Wendt

At issue is the admittance of expert testimony.

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