Muniauction, Inc. v. Thomson Corp.

Case Number: CLB0196

Date: 07.14.2008

Citation: No. 2007-1485 (Fed. Cir. 2008)

Evidence of secondary considerations must have a sufficient nexus with the scope of the claims. The “control or direction” standard for joint infringement is satisfied only when a person exercises a level of control that would traditionally make a person vicariously liable for another party’s actions.

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