An <em>amicus curiae</em> brief by James Dabney and John Duffy is quoted on Law.com

An amicus curiae brief by James Dabney and John Duffy is quoted on Law.com

A Law.com article, "Tech Amici Target High Damages In Microsoft-Lucent IP Case," includes a quote from an amicus curiae brief filed to the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by New York intellectual property partner James Dabney and Washington, DC intellectual property of counsel John Duffy, among others, on behalf of Yahoo, Intel and other technology companies. The brief urges the court to rein in the "entire market value rule," which allows the calculation of patent infringement damages based on the whole product, even if just one feature is infringed.

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