Ride and Show v. MTS

Represented MTS, a manufacturer of amusement park rides, against allegations of patent infringement brought by patent holder Ride and Show. The patent at issue covers control of the seat movements of a typical amusement park ride. The rides involved in the case were called “Men in Black” and “Cat in the Hat.” After discovery and a Markman hearing, the Court issued its claim construction which directly tracked our arguments. Obtained a dismissal with prejudice from the action, with no money paid.

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