For years a company that makes digital billboards has been claiming that Morgan Lewis & Bockius bungled its patent application and then waited months to own up to the blunder. No court has ever ruled on the merits of the case, focusing instead on whether the company waited too long to bring its lawsuit. Thanks to a ruling Monday from the Federal Circuit, the company, Landmark Screens, is finally getting its day in court.
Federal Circuit Revives Patent Applicant's Fraud Claim Against Morgan Lewis
The Litigation Daily
April 23, 2012
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