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Google’s Servers Do Not Constitute a Regular and Established Place of Business for Patent Venue

Posted in IP, Patent Law

It has become commonplace for companies such as Google to use local servers to provide faster service to customers.  This practice has raised the question as to whether those local servers constitute “a regular and established place of business” for the purposes of establishing venue in patent infringement suits in the districts where the servers… Continue Reading