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Intellectual Property – Patent – Willful Infringement – Equivalents Doctrine (access required)

In this litigation involving a patent that improves communication quality through “link adaptation,” a Richmond U.S. District Court grants defendant cell phone companies summary judgment to the extent the motion asserts no genuine issue of material fact exists as to infringement under the doctrine of equivalents. Because plaintiff has failed to show the elements of the ...

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