Dallas Principal Alfonso Chan and associate Raphaël Chabaneix authored an article analyzing the recent settlement in California Institute of Technology v Apple and Broadcom. While they noted that “it represents a meaningful victory for the university and a vindication of the value of all university-owned patents,” they added that “while Caltech was able to secure a settlement, the prohibitive cost of litigation means that many universities will be unable to protect their patents from ‘efficient infringers’ barring action from the US Congress and courts to create stronger protections for university patents.” Click here to read the full article.

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