Case Name: TherOx, Inc. et al. v. Blissfield Manufacturing Company et al.
Docket Number: 2:11-cv-14917-NGE-MJH
Date Filed: 11/08/2011
Judge: Hon. Nancy G. Edmunds
Status: Closed

The Plaintiffs, TherOx, Inc. and DynamOx, Inc., alleged patent and trademark infringement by the Defendant, Blissfield Manufacturing Company et al. of the following U.S. Patent Nos. and Trademark: 1) 5,569,180 (“the ‘180 Patent”), entitled “Method for Delivering a Gas-Supersaturated Fluid to a Gas-Depleted Site and Use Thereof,” 2) 5,735,934 (“the ‘934 Patent”) entitled “Method for Delivering a Gas-Supersaturated Fluid to a Gas-Depleted Site and Use Thereof,” 3) 6,344,489 (“the ‘489 Patent”), entitled “Stabilized Gas-Enriched and Gas-Supersaturated Liquids,” 4) 6,555,059 (“the ‘059 Patent”), entitled “Method of Forming Gas-Enriched Fluid,” 5)  7,008,535 (“the ‘535 patent”), entitled “Apparatus for oxygenating wastewater,” and 6) 7,294,278 (“the ‘278 Patent”), entitled “Method for oxygenating wastewater,” and 7) Reg. No. 2,745,068 (“the ‘068 Mark”). Plaintiff TherOx is an exclusive licensee of the ‘180, ‘934, and ‘489 Patents. Plaintiff TherOx is the owner of the ‘059 Patent and both Plaintiffs are co-owners of the ‘535 Patent and ‘278 Patent. Lastly, Plaintiff DynamOx is the owner of the ‘068 Mark. The Plaintiffs demanded a jury trial and requested declaratory, injunctive, and monetary relief. On June 20, 2012, the parties stipulated to a dismissal of the case without prejudice.