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Judge Zobel finds no inequitable conduct by Smith & Nephew and refuses to set aside jury verdict of infringement and validity

USA - October 8 2013 Following a ten-day jury trial on infringement and validity and a two-day bench trial on inequitable conduct, the Court (Zobel, D.J.) denied…

Heather B. Repicky, Ronald E. Cahill.

Judge Zobel sorts out patent ownership issues on summary judgment

USA - October 8 2013 US Solar Tech, Inc. ("Solar Tech") claims to be the owner of four U.S. patents. Defendant j-Fiber, GmbH ("j-Fiber") responds that it is a co-owner of…

Heather B. Repicky, Ronald E. Cahill.

Judge Stearns concludes Court has personal jurisdiction over defendant based on internet presence

USA - October 8 2013 Signazon Corp. ("Signazon") has brought trademark and copyright infringement allegations against Craig Nickelson ("Nickelson") in connection with…

Heather B. Repicky, Ronald E. Cahill.

Judge Gorton construes patent claims in suit related to the analysis of charged ions through a form of mass spectrometry

USA - October 8 2013 Plaintiff Perkinelmer Health Sciences, Inc. ("Perkinelmer") asserts claims for breach of contract and patent infringement against Defendant Agilent…

Heather B. Repicky, Ronald E. Cahill.

Court grants summary judgment of non-infringement in K-cup patent suit

USA - October 8 2013 Plaintiff Keurig, Inc. ("Keurig") filed suit contending that the coffee cartridges of Defendant JBR, Inc. ("JBR") infringed upon Keurig's three…

Heather B. Repicky, Ronald E. Cahill.