Venue Menu: Should Litigants Be Concerned About the Venue in a Hatch-Waxman Case?

Intellectual Property Magazine

"It is one of the earliest decisions in a patent litigation: where the plaintiff will bring suit and whether the defendant will fight that choice. Many factors are considered. In cases involving damages, parties ponder whether a jury will favour a hometown litigant. In Hatch-Waxman cases, which have no juries, other considerations apply."

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