East Texas may well lose its standing as patent lawsuit capital of the nation in a closely-watched case scheduled for argument in late March before the U.S. Supreme Court.
In TC Heartland vs. Kraft Foods, the justices are considering whether to toss out VE Holding Corporation vs. Johnson Gas Appliance, a 27-year-old ruling that has allowed patent suits to take place in any jurisdiction where the defendant has sales . . .
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