Halo and Stryker cases: SCOTUS relaxes standard for enhanced patent damages
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The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed an earlier district court ruling of wilful infringement but has remanded the award of triple damages in the latest patent case between medical devices companies Stryker and Zimmer.
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