U.S. Federal District Court - District of NH: Markem-Imaje v Zipher Ltd. & Videojet Technologies <<< Patent infringement claims dismissed.
Previous HitMarkem-ImajeNext Hit Corporation ("Markem , a manufacturer of thermal transfer printers, seeks a declaratory judgment that a series of patents held by Zipher Ltd. and Videojet Technologies, Inc. (collectively "Zipher are invalid, unenforceable, and have not been infringed by Markem or its customers. For the reasons detailed below, I determine that the broad functional claim language in Zipher's patents fails to satisfy the definiteness requirement of 35 U.S.C. 112, 2. On that basis, I grant Markem's motion for summary judgment, and declare the challenged patent claims invalid.
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