PCT International, Inc. v. Holland Electronics, LLC (D. Ariz. No. 12-cv-01797): Represented telecommunications equipment supplier PCT in patent infringement case against competitor Holland Electronics, a division of Amphenol Corporation. Following a four-week trial in the District of Arizona, the jury found that 60 separate Holland products infringed PCT’s patent and rejected Holland’s challenges to validity of the patent. The District Court upheld the jury’s verdict and award of damages, and issued a permanent injunction prohibiting sales of Holland’s infringing products. Obtained summary affirmance by the Federal Circuit rejecting all of infringer’s claims on appeal.
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