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Lost Profits in a Multicomponent World

Citation - Article 4 BERNARD CHAO* Abstract: Given our adversarial system, it is not surprising that plaintiffs davance creative damages theories that would help them maximize their recvoeries. In patent ... patent they hold. That means focusing the remedy on the infringing feature and not the infringing product. © 2018, Bernard Chao. All rights reserved. * Associate Professor, University of Denver Sturm

Time is Money: An Empirical Assessment of Non-Economic Damages Arguments

EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF NON ECONOMIC DAMAGES ARGUMENTS JOHN CAMPBELL BERNARD CHAO CHRISTOPHER ROBERTSON * Non-economic damages (pain and suffering) are the most significant and variable components of

Case Study in Patent Litigation Transparency, A

justifications for sealing many specific documents. Bernard Chao is an Assistant Professor, University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Derigan Silver is an Associate Professor, Department of Media, Film and ... and Patents , 2 ( 2005 ), http://eeweb.poly.edu/dgoodman/wirelesscom2005.pdf. 43. See Bernard Chao , The Infringement Continuum , 35 CARDOZO L. REV. 1359 , 1372 - 75 ( 2014 ) (discussing the issue of

THE CASE FOR CONTRIBUTION IN PATENT LAW

://scholarship.law.uc.edu/uclr Bernard Chao* Under tort law’s theory of contribution, when one party is sued, it can implead other parties that may be jointly and severally liable and ask that they pay their fair share of ... ...................................................................................... 114 * Bernard Chao is an assistant professor at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. Thanks to Viva Moffat, Fred Hadidi, Alan Chen, Paul Ohm, Harry Surden, Rebecca Aviel, Brian Love, and Mark

Breaking Aro's Commandment: Recognizing That Inventions Have Heart

That Inventions Have Heart Bernard Chao A.  B.  C.  A. B.  INTRODUCTION ........................................................................... 1185 I. UNDERSTANDING THE HEART OF THE INVENTION ... .  © 2010 by Bernard Chao. Bernard Chao is an assistant professor at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. The author would like to thank Jon Stark, Jeff McDow, Mark Lemley, Viva Moffat, Alan Chen