Michael M. Rosen is a Visiting Fellow at AEI's Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy and an intellectual property attorney in Tel Aviv. His work is focused on patent litigation and strategic counseling across a variety of technological areas. Michael is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of San Diego School of Law. He is a regular contributor to The American, Politico, and the Weekly Standard. His work also appears in Reuters Opinion, National Review Online, and Commentary, as well as in a variety of San Diego-based newspapers and online outlets.
awarded $500,000 in attorney fees to Dell last month in what he called “the clearest example of an exceptional case” he’s seen, nobody doubted his seriousness.
decision by the United States Supreme Court in TC Heartland v. Kraft to consider the issue of venue in patent cases could potentially short-circuit any legislative efforts to alter the venue statute.