Judge Orders Restart In Trial Over $89M IP Licensing Dispute

Law360, Miami (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....
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