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Archived updates for Thursday, May 26, 2005

Beware of Model Complaint Form 16

In the May 2005 issue of The Intellectual Property Strategist, Ted Sichelman writes about some courts that are not satisfied with patent infringement complaints that otherwise follow Form 16 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. He cites several cases and recommends that "plaintiffs attorneys should be wary of of vaguely asserting infringement of unnamed products or inviting a motion for a more definitive statement by lodging hundreds of unspecified patent claims."
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