Patent Suit Dismissal in Arizona District Court

October 20, 2020

Judge holding papers
A patent troll, alleging patent infringement, sued a client of IpHorgan in federal court in the District of Arizona. IpHorgan did not concede venue, recognizing the pending ruling in TC Heartland and that it might impact the case, as the client was not incorporated in Arizona and did not have a regular and established place of business there. Within days of the Supreme Court’s decision, IpHorgan filed a motion to dismiss for improper venue. The plaintiff conceded the issue and immediately agreed to a stipulated dismissal of the case.


At IpHorgan, we offer you insight that can only be acquired and meticulously developed during our 15 year history as a team with over 200 years cumulative professional experience working on intellectual property transactions with businesses in nearly every sector of the U.S. and global economy.

You'll also like...