Carl Bretscher

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Carl Bretscher is counsel at Dentons, and with over 12 years of experience as a patent litigator, he is well-versed in all aspects of appellate and trial litigation. Bretscher has participated in more than a dozen appeals to the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in cases involving the electrical, mechanical, biotechnology, and chemical arts. His in-depth experience spans a wide range of technologies, from semiconductor devices, light emitting diodes, and mass spectrometers to biotechnology and the chemical and pharmaceutical arts.

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Posts by Carl Bretscher


Exmark: Reasonable Royalty Damages, Apportionment and Expert Opinions

While Exmark invites a more flexible approach to apportionment, allowing, at least in some cases, a focus on the royalty rate to value the patented invention, the …

In Travel Sentry v. Tropp, CAFC recognizes broad scope of attribution under doctrine of divided infringement

The central issue before the Federal Circuit was whether there was a genuine issue of material fact that TSA’s performance of those steps could be attributed …