Trial Date in Affy vs. Illumina Pushed Back To January in Wake of Markman Hearing | GenomeWeb
The final showdown in Affymetrix’s patent infringement suit against genotyping rival Illumina won’t happen next month as previously scheduled. According to court documents filed last week with the US District Court for the District of Delaware, attorneys for the two parties have agreed to push the trial date back to January 2007, giving the legal teams for both firms more time to prepare after receiving the results from a mid-August Markman hearing.

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