Tiling Co. Hit With Judgment Over 'Abusive' IP Case Conduct

Law360, New York (December 4, 2015, 9:39 PM EST) -- A California federal judge has entered a default judgment against a company facing allegations that it infringed a patent for a device used to secure exterior building tiles, finding that it knowingly spoiled evidence, regularly missed deadlines and dragged out responses in the case.

Tile Tech Inc. showed "a lack of respect" for most deadlines in the suit, admitted that it destroyed products which it knew infringed the patent held by Bison Innovative Products, and "misrepresented" to the court that it had filed a set of responses to a discovery request, according to the Dec. 1 judgment by U.S. District Judge...

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