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Claim Constructions Issued in Water-Toy Patent Case (access required)

In this litigation over a patent for a “self-propelled figure” used to give water toys a life-like motion, the Norfolk U.S. District Court issues its claim constructions after the court’s Markman hearing. The court construes the disputed terms as follows: “flexible appendage” is given its plain and ordinary meaning, with no construction required; “coupled to said ...

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