RPX’s Q3 in Review: Patent Litigation Increases as Top Districts Resume Jury Trials

  • October 18, 2020
  • Category: In Case You Missed It

Every quarter, RPX publishes its take on trends impacting patent litigation and the patent marketplace. Last week’s Q3 in Review reveals that patent disputes remain relatively unaffected by COVID-19—even increasing despite the broader economic downturn. The third quarter also saw the Western District of Texas continue to grow in popularity as a patent venue, seeing the most overall patent litigation and NPE filings in particular, as District Judge Alan D. Albright cleared the way for jury trials to resume—joining other top districts in doing so.

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