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No New Defense in Proposed Amendment (access required)

In these consolidated patent and contract cases, the Abingdon U.S. District Court says plaintiff may amend its complaint to allege patent invalidity due to inequitable conduct and unenforceability of a restrictive covenant, and denies defendant summary judgment on the issue of inequitable conduct. Defendant contends the proposed addition of allegations related to inequitable conduct would be ...

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