Results for contempt

nCUBE Corp. v. SeaChange Int’l Inc.

Case Number: CLB0316

Date: 10.10.2013

A patent holder’s injunction may not apply to new products that are sufficiently different from an infringing product, and the remedy for the patent holder in such a case is not a contempt proceeding but rather a new infringement suit.

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Reno Air Racing Association Inc. v. McCord

Case Number: CLB0126

Date: 03.09.2004

Defendant’s use of plaintiff’s “Reno Air Races” and “pylon logo” marks on merchandise defendant sells at racing events has caused, and is likely to continue to cause, consumer confusion, since plaintiff’s marks are strong, and since plaintiff and defendant sell substantially similar merchandise bearing identical or substantially similar marks in extremely close proximity.

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Q-Pharma Inc. v. Andrew Jergens Co.

Case Number: CLB0051

Date: 03.08.2004

Plaintiff conducted reasonable inquiry before filing suit for infringement of therapeutic method patent, even though plaintiff did not conduct chemical analysis of accused product, and subsequently abandoned action upon learning that defendant’s product contained no more than .00005 percent of composition claimed as principal active ingredient of invention.

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