“Clear And Convincing” Remains The Standard For Proving Patent Invalidity

The Supreme Court confirmed today that “clear and convincing” evidence is needed to establish that a U.S. patent is invalid.  It had been argued that a lesser standard should be applied. Read the decision.  See also a brief discussion of the decision.

Scott R. Bialecki

Scott Bialecki, a former FTC attorney and IP litigator, is the co-Chair of Sheridan Ross P.C.'s Litigation Group.