Reactor Inventor Wants Jones Day Sanctioned In $89M IP Row
By Daniel Siegal (January 10, 2017, 10:51 PM EST) -- A company that has purportedly invented a cold fusion reactor on Tuesday urged a Florida federal judge to sanction private equity fund Cherokee Investment Partners LLC and its Jones Day attorneys for denying true facts and making frivolous claims in the parties' $89 million patent licensing dispute.
In a 16-page motion for Rule 11 sanctions, plaintiff Andrea Rossi and his Leonardo Corp. — inventor of the energy catalyzer, or E-Cat, low energy nuclear reactor — urge U.S. District Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga to sanction Cherokee, its founder Tom Darden, and their Jones Day attorneys. Rossi and Leonardo seek to have certain...
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