November 5, 2013 | 4:30 – 6:00pm
Room 603 – American University Washington College of Law
In the first of this year’s Supreme Court Series, a panel of counsel for amici and parties will discuss the case on the afternoon following oral argument before the Court.
- Jonas Anderson, American University Washington College of Law
- Brian Fletcher, WilmerHale, representing Medtronic
- Megan LaBelle, Catholic Univ. Law School
- Roman Melnik, Goldberg, Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP, representing amicus curiae Tessera Technologies
Moderated by: Jorge Contreras, American University Washington College of Law
Whether, in a declaratory judgment action brought by a licensee under MedImmune, Inc. v. Genentech, Inc., the licensee has the burden to prove that its products do not infringe the patent, or whether the patentee must prove infringement.
Brief amicus curiae of the United States
Brief amici curiae of Legal Scholars
Brief amicus curiae of Tessera Technologies, Inc. in support of neither party
Brief amicus curiae of Koninklijke Philips, N.V.
Brief amicus curiae of Intellectual Property Owners Association
SCOTUSblog Entry: Medtronic, Inc. v. Boston Scientific Corp.