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Tag Archives: Judge Henry E. Hudson

Patent Claims Dismissed as ‘Conclusory’ (access required)

A plaintiff’s conclusory assertions of ownership of four identified patents that allegedly are infringed by defendant’s products that provide personal emergency communications systems, are dismissed by the Richmond U.S. District Court for failure to state a claim. Plaintiff’s complaint contains ...

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Sport Tow-Board Did Not Infringe Design (access required)

In plaintiff ZUP’s suit alleging defendant Nash Manufacturing infringed plaintiff’s patent and design for its “ZUP Board” after a proposed business deal for a joint manufacturing venture turned sour, the Richmond U.S. District Court grants judgment for defendant. Patent claim Both ...

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CEO dodges service of suit, carrier dodges coverage (access required)

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A legal malpractice carrier won a default judgment against a lawyer’s unhappy client, even though the client said the carrier had served the wrong agent in the carrier’s declaratory judgment action. The carrier was suing for a declaratory judgment that ...

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Prof’s ‘Comparators’ Don’t Show Wage Bias (access required)

Plaintiff associate professor’s allega­tions of higher pay for six male faculty members in different university de­partments, citing their alleged lesser experience, lower teaching loads and lower enrollments in their classes, are not sufficient to state a claim under the Equal ...

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