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Litigation Details for Scott v. Zimmer Inc. (D. Del. 2010)

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Details for Scott v. Zimmer Inc. (D. Del. 2010)

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2012-11-14 100 Callaghan - cross 09:56:51 1 else. You have seen a number of…prosecution histories for the '729 patent, the '786 patent, 10:58:27 25 or the '283…of the '283 patent. 11:20:31 10 A. Column 3 of the '283 patent. The claims…looked at these patents or since I have looked at these 11:32:14 20 patents. 11:32:15 …'t know patent laws. I don't know 11:37:19 24 the other patents, other than External link to document
2012-11-14 99 Insall communicated, we had actually meetings 10:41:44 11 about that and further development…09:17:46 20 inventors on the patent, the '729 patent, were listed in 09:17:52 21 …#39;729 patent, would you have included 09:34:49 10 him as an inventor on that patent? 09:34…term of the patent. 13:19:26 17 Q. Do you know with respect to the patents that we have… 13:49:44 licensed patents versus not licensed patents. Correct? 13:49:48 External link to document
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