Court Constructs Claims in Illumina vs. Affymetrix IP Suit; Trial Date Moved to 2011 | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

An ongoing IP dispute between array vendors Illumina and Affymetrix inched closer to resolution last week, as a US District Court ruled on the meanings of patent claims central to the case.

Judge Barbara Crabb of the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin handed down her claims construction ruling July 14, tacking closer to defendant Affymetrix's proposed definitions of certain claims, without full adoption of Affy's proposed language.

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