Enzo, Yale Push To Revive $61M Patent Award Over DNA Tech

By Jimmy Hoover (June 5, 2017, 2:44 PM EDT) -- Enzo Biochem Inc. and Yale University asked a Federal Circuit panel on Monday to reinstate a $61 million award in a long-running infringement suit over DNA labeling and detecting technology, arguing a trial judge made several errors following an earlier remand from the appeals court.

With the help of Yale, Enzo, a New York life sciences company, is seeking to overturn a Connecticut federal judge's decision from February 2016 that scrapped its hard-fought jury verdict against Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. unit Applera and Tropix Inc. This is the third time that the case, which began 14 years ago, has gone on...

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