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Litigation Details for Greatbatch Ltd. v. AVX Corporation (D. Del. 2013)

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Details for Greatbatch Ltd. v. AVX Corporation (D. Del. 2013)

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2018-03-30 1113 8 '627 patent. (D.I. 1068 at 15) AVX contends that the invalidity…'095 patent, the '627 patent, the ' 715 patent, and the ' 779 patent - and three accused… This patent infringement case has charted a convoluted history. It involves four patents - the '…infringement of the ' 715 patent and infringement of and damages for the ' 779 patent. (D.I. 573, 591) …invalidity of all the patents-in-suit, infringement of the ' 627 and '095 patents, and damages regarding External link to document
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