NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Complete Genomics today said that it and Illumina have settled two patent infringement lawsuits brought by Illumina.

Illumina will dismiss with prejudice both lawsuits as part of the settlement agreement, and Complete Genomics will dismiss with prejudice all its counterclaims.

The two firms have entered into mutual releases. Each will be responsible for its own legal costs, and no payment was made by either party to the other. No licenses are being granted, either.

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