New Trial Date Set as Affymetrix vs. Illumina Array IP Suit Resumes | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

A US court has set a new trial date for an intellectual property suit that could give Affymetrix and an independent inventor rights in two Illumina patents.

The two array companies are scheduled to meet before Judge Barbara Crabb in the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin on May 14, according to a Feb. 14 court order. The parties predict a three-day hearing for the case.

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