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Published on Apr 22, 2013
On April 5, 2013, The Stanford Law, Science and Technology Program hosted the conference "Design Patents in the Modern World." Drawing on the experience of lawyers, in-house counsel and academics, the conference explored both practical and policy ramifications of recent changes in the law and from recent high-profile cases like Apple v. Samsung. In this panel "Design Patents in High Tech and Component Industries" panelists discussed what happens when a patent covers only a small piece of a much larger product? Whether dissimilarity of unprotected designs an affirmative defense? And appropriate remedies in cases involving patents on single components.