ITC Denies Kodak Bids For Noninfringement In 337 Row

Law360, New York (March 3, 2011, 7:21 PM EST) -- A judge in the U.S. International Trade Commission in December rejected Eastman Kodak Co.’s attempts to rid itself of claims that its digital cameras infringed on patents held by Apple Inc., the commission announced Wednesday.

In orders made public Wednesday, Administrative Law Judge Robert K. Rogers Jr. rejected two motions by Kodak for summary determinations of noninfringement of Apple’s patents.

One order, originally confidential and entered on Dec. 30, shot down Kodak’s argument that its Kodak-Altek, Kodak-Zoran and Kodak-Sanyo cameras did not infringe U.S. Patent Number...
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