Court Orders Sigma-Aldrich to Provide Some Sales Data to CSHL, Ending Dispute | GenomeWeb

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's legal battle with Sigma-Aldrich ended last month when the court hearing the case ordered the life sciences company to provide certain sales data related to its RNAi products to the institution for use in a separate lawsuit.

Specifically, Sigma-Aldrich must produce aggregate sales figures for the products in question, as well as a company representative who can testify about the data.

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