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Heart Monitor Company in Contempt of Patent Settlement

P.J. D'Annunzio | November 25, 2015

A federal judge has ruled that a cardiac monitoring service involved in patent infringement litigation is in contempt of a settlement prohibiting it from selling the plaintiff's technology.

Verdicts and Settlements

  • Delayed-Diagnosis Verdict for Woman With Cancer

    By Ben Seal

    A woman whose cancer diagnosis was delayed more than four years by her doctors' failure to report a mass on her lung has been awarded a $3 million verdict by a Jefferson County jury. The verdict is the largest ever reported in Jefferson County, according to a review of The Legal's annual listing of top verdicts and settlements.

  • Trooper Secures Verdict in Crash With Drunken Driver

    A 12-member jury awarded a Pennsylvania state trooper $1.44 million after a drunken driver struck his car on Route 422 in Montgomery County.

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