The US government has urged the US Supreme Court to vacate decisions in the Halo v Pulse and Stryker v Zimmer cases arguing that the test applied by courts to determine wilful infringement is too restrictive.
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US Solicitor General; US Supreme Court; US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; wilful infringement; patents; Halo v Pulse; Stryker v Zimmer