Friday, March 9, 2012
What kind of relationships trigger the Common Interest Doctrine?
The Common Interest Doctrine is frequently invoked in patent cases to protect the exchange of otherwise privileged materials among those with a common legal interest, e.g., joint defense groups. However, it is sometimes used to resist legitimate discovery. Docket Navigator can help you determine what types of relationships trigger the Common Interest Doctrine and what types do not.
See a list of court orders addressing challenges to the assertion of the Common Interest Doctrine in patent cases
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