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1 Dec 2009, 4:38 am by Woodrow Pollack
After explaining that Courts must balance public policy interests in enforcing contracts, permitting full and free competition, and federal patent policy, the Court turned to the merits of this particular no-competition clause and held:Even assuming for a moment that federal patent policy permits enforcement of the no-challenge clause, the no-challenge clause, which gravitates against patent policy in a manner reminiscent of Lear [Inc. v. [read post]