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Plaintiff Can Sue at Site of Infringement (access required)

The Norfolk U.S. District Court denies defendants’ motion to transfer this patent infringement suit, as it appears to the court at this time, the plaintiff’s primary allegation of infringement is that defendants are currently, on a daily basis, infringing plaintiff’s patented method of creating electronic maps of utility lines in Virginia, and that such electronic ...

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