Texas Judge Orders Stratagene to Post $12.2M Supersedeas Bond; Rejects 'Protective Measures' | GenomeWeb
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The Texas judge overseeing a patent infringement case filed by Invitrogen against Stratagene last week ordered Stratagene to post a supersedeas bond of $12.2 million to secure a portion of the $16.2 million judgment awarded to Invitrogen on Oct. 31, 2006.
 

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