Court Issues Claim Construction Order in Illumina's Suit Against Complete Genomics | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published Feb. 16.

Illumina said last week that the US District Court for the Northern District of California has issued a claim construction order in litigation brought by Illumina against Complete Genomics.

A claim construction order is a legal procedure in which a judge sets the definition of terms that comprise the patent claims.

According to Illumina, the order adopts constructions that are "favorable" for the "key terms of the dispute."

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