US District Court Dismisses Patent-Infringement Suit Against ABI, PerkinElmer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 3 - Applied Biosystems today said that the US District Court for the District of Connecticut has dismissed "all claims" brought by On-Line Technologies against ABI, PerkinElmer, and Sick.

According to ABI, On-Line filed the suit in early November 1999 claiming that these companies infringed a patent and misappropriated a trade secret, "among other things," related to products manufactured by former divisions of ABI that were sold to PerkinElmer and Sick.

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