CombiMatrix Awarded $32.1M in Suit Against Insurer; Will Use Cash to Grow Dx Business | GenomeWeb
After a year spent rolling out new diagnostic products on a quarterly basis while at the same time looking to reduce its operating expenses, CombiMatrix may soon be swimming in cash.
 
The firm announced last week that the US District Court for the Central District of California awarded it $32.1 million in its lawsuit against National Union Fire Ins. Co., a Pittsburgh-based insurance company.
 

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