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09.11.18 | Patent Exhaustion in View of Impression Prods., Inc. v. Lexmark Int'l, Inc.. Bloomberg BNA. 09/10/2018 (Audra C. Eidem Heinze, Timothy C. Meece)

12.04.09 | Is TS Tech the Death Knell for Patent Litigation in the Eastern District of Texas?. The IP Litigator. November/December 2009 (Timothy C. Meece)

12.01.09 | Litigation in East Texas After The Federal Circuit’s Decision in TS Tech. Banner & Witcoff IP UPDATE.  Spring/Summer 2009 (Timothy C. Meece)

07.23.09 | Is TS Tech the Death Knell for Patent Litigation in the Eastern District of Texas. 8th Annual Hot Topics in Patent Law Symposium. 07/21/2009 (Timothy C. Meece)

01.27.09 | Strategies Regarding Patent Exhaustion After Quanta. Developments in Intellectual Property Law, John Marshall Law School, 2/27/2009. (Timothy C. Meece)

12.30.08 | Federal Circuit Grants Mandamus Relief in In re Tech USA Corp. et al. for Refusal to Transfer Case. Banner & Witcoff Intellectual Property Advisory, 12/30/2008. (Timothy C. Meece)

08.27.08 | Intellectual Property Advisory: Quanta Computer, Inc. et al v. LG Electronics, Inc.. (Timothy C. Meece)

08.22.08 | A Little Infringement is All That Counts. (Charles W. Shifley, Timothy C. Meece)

08.22.08 | Venue Selection in Patent Cases: Where to Obtain Preliminary Injunctive Relief. IP Litigator. (Charles W. Shifley, Timothy C. Meece)

08.21.08 | Fact or Fiction: Trial Counsel Should Author Patent Opinions. Patent Strategy & Management. November 2003. (Timothy C. Meece)

08.19.08 | Is Federal Circuit Law “Gobbledygook”?. Intellectual Property Today. December 2006. (Charles Miller, Timothy C. Meece)

08.19.08 | Copyright Law Gives Mobile Users New Freedom With Legally Unlocked Cell Phones. Law.com (Aseet Patel, Timothy C. Meece)

08.19.08 | What Do Legally Unlocked Cell Phones Mean for the Consumer?. Law.com (Aseet Patel, Timothy C. Meece)

08.19.08 | Is Federal Circuit Obviousness Law “Gobbledygook” and “irrational”?. Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal.  Volume 19, Number 5, May 2007. (Charles W. Shifley, Charles Miller, Timothy C. Meece)