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Fee Motion Too Late After ‘Judgment’ (access required)

In this patent infringement action involving slow cookers, a Richmond U.S. District Court strikes the winning defendant’s motion for attorney’s fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285 as the defendant miscalculated the date to file the motion by calling the “final judgment” the date the court sent to the PTO the Patent Determination Report, not the ...

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