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  • June 09, 2023

    Gilead-Teva IP Deal Struck Despite Invalidity Issues, Jury Told

    Two experts took the stand Friday on behalf of indirect drug buyers in a California federal antitrust trial over claims Teva struck an illegal "pay for delay" patent deal with Gilead over two HIV medications, testifying that Gilead's patents covered obvious technology and Teva knew that before entering the deal.

  • June 09, 2023

    'I Get Upset,' Penile Implant Doc Apologizes To Judge, Jury

    A day after delivering combative cross-examination testimony, a urologist suing a rival for allegedly stealing trade secrets for a cosmetic penile implant apologized on Friday to the California federal trial's judge and jury, saying he gets "upset" because his "life has been ruined by these people."

  • June 09, 2023

    Rival Presses Treble Damages Bid Against Philips Medical

    In a case that yielded a split verdict, Transtate Equipment Co. has doubled down on a request to treble its nearly $850,000 damage award against Philips Medical Systems for unfair trade practices, telling a North Carolina federal judge its rival is trying to ignore the jury's decision and needlessly complicate the issue.

  • June 09, 2023

    Chipmaker Impinj Tells Jury It Couldn't Infringe 'Invalid' Patent

    Seattle chipmaker Impinj told a Seattle jury Friday that it couldn't have infringed rival NXP's patent involving technology related to radio frequency identification, or RFID, tracking, arguing the patent is invalid because the innovation it protects is obvious.

  • June 09, 2023

    Ga. Atty Asks Jurors For $40M In 'Fender-Bender' Trial

    Counsel for an Atlanta-area personal injury attorney asked a dozen jurors Friday to award him $40 million in damages for alleged lifelong chronic pain caused by a rear-end collision that defense attorneys described as an accidental "fender-bender" responsible only for neck and lower-back strain.

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