Judge Orders Restart In Trial Over $89M IP Licensing Dispute
By Carolina Bolado (June 29, 2017, 2:14 PM EDT) -- A trial over an $89 million licensing agreement concerning an energy catalyzer patent is off to a rocky start after a Florida federal judge declared a mistrial Thursday just one day after seating a jury, forcing attorneys to start again the next morning.
The court had seated a jury Wednesday afternoon for the trial, which pits Florida-based Leonardo Corp. against its cold fusion nuclear reactor licensees, Cherokee Investment Partners LLC and related entity Industrial Heat LLC, for allegedly failing to abide by payment schedule agreements.
But by the next morning, two jurors had sent letters telling U.S. District Judge Cecilia M....
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