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Patent holder fails to plausibly allege indirect infringement (access required)

Where a patent holder failed to allege facts sufficient to support a plausible claim that the defendant knowingly induced others to infringe the plaintiff’s patents, or that defendant acted with the specific intent to do so, an indirect infringement claim was dismissed. Background Cellcontrol Inc. sued Mill Mountain Capital LLC, or MMC, for patent infringement. MMC has ...