Connecticut Court's Markman Ruling Contradicts Earlier NY Court Interpretation in Enzo, ABI Case | GenomeWeb
A US District Court in Connecticut last week ruled in Enzo Biochem’s favor in the claims-construction phase of an ongoing patent-infringement suit against Applera's Applied Biosystems group and its Tropix subsidiary.
 
The Markman ruling by the judge for the US District Court for the District of Connecticut, New Haven Division, contradicts interpretations made by a US District Court in New York this summer in a separate but related case.
 

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