Intellectual property litigation partner Andrew Thomases (Silicon Valley) is quoted in an InsideCounsel article on the Federal Circuit violating the Teva standard for patent cases and the United States Supreme Court declining to hear the appeal. Mr. Thomases advised against reading too many implications into this decision, and explained that the Supreme Court may address in the future whether the Federal Circuit is ignoring the Teva standard, though the Eidos Display LLC v. AU Optronics Corp case did not provide the appropriate vehicle to do so.
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