DuPont and its lawyers at Kirkland & Ellis and Boies Schiller reached the low point in their patent showdown with Monsanto last August, when a jury concluded that DuPont had willfully infringed Monsanto's Roundup Ready seed patents and awarded a staggering $1 billion in damages. But the aftermath of the trial hasn't been a picnic for the company either.
Shareholder Suit Adds to DuPont's Woes in Monsanto Patent Row
The Litigation Daily
January 18, 2013
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