Family Gives Up Disputed Patent, Ending Trial With Boies' Client

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But former McDermott partner muddied by allegations says he will bring his own suit.

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    In response to the comments of Theranos‘ counsel, Fuisz Pharma, LLC, Dr. Richard Fuisz and Joseph Fuisz deny that the case was settled based upon the testimony presented, and state that the matter was settled to permit the both parties‘ businesses to move forward in a positive direction. Theranos and the Fuisz defendants have agreed to the following joint statement regarding the resolution of their case:

    Theranos Inc. and Fuisz Pharma LLC, and their respective principals, have resolved their pending lawsuit. The parties have stipulated to a judgment that the patent at issue is invalid. Each party will bear its own costs, and no party has made a payment to the other. The parties look forward to moving on without the burden of this litigation.

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    Win = invalidating a patent with non-party prior art and at the same time claiming the invalidated patent was the same as Boies‘ client‘s patent? Huh?

    As for "truth", let me share some emails on the work for release program -

    https://plus.google.com/photos/108810149864195925913/albums/5989896135083393169

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