District of Connecticut Intellectual Property Cases

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Paws of Remembrance Inc. v. Paws & Remember LLC
as 3:2015cv00771
Plaintiff: Paws of Remembrance Inc.
Defendant: Paws & Remember LLC
Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement
Huang v. Harbor Freight USA Tools Inc
as 3:2015cv00738
Cause Of Action: Patent Infringement
Cornish v. Google Inc
as 3:2015cv00735
Plaintiff: ORane M. Cornish, Jr.
Defendant: Google Inc
Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)
Huang v. Harbor Freight USA Tools Inc
as 2:2015cv00738
Plaintiff: Han-Huang Huang
Defendant: Harbor Freight USA Tools Inc
Cause Of Action: Patent Infringement
Benedetti v. University of Connecticut et al
as 3:2015cv00679
Plaintiff: George W. Benedetti
Defendant: University of Connecticut, Center for Science and Technology Commercialization
Cause Of Action: No cause code entered
Farrelly v. Binns
as 3:2015cv00574
Plaintiff: Maureen L. Farrelly
Defendant: Dennis Binns
Cause Of Action: No cause code entered
Whelen Engineering Co Inc v. Viviox et al
as 3:2015cv00508
Plaintiff: Whelen Engineering Co Inc
Defendant: Viviox, Abe Y. Haas, Ben S. Hoff and others
Cause Of Action: Patent Infringement
Young Pharmaceuticals Inc v. Marchese et al
as 3:2015cv00516
Plaintiff: Young Pharmaceuticals Inc
Defendant: Peter Marchese, AMP Medical Products, LLC, Frederic F. Carr and others
Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)
Broadcast Music, Inc et al v. R-Lynne, LLC et al
as 3:2015cv00499
Plaintiff: Broadcast Music, Inc. , Universal Songs of Polygram Int'l Inc , EMI Virgin Songs Inc and others
Defendant: R-Lynne, LLC, Ralph A DeMatteo
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Eveready Battery Co Inc et al v. Dorco USA, Inc. et al
as 3:2015cv00493
Plaintiff: Eveready Battery Co Inc , Schick Manufacturing, Inc.
Defendant: Dorco USA, Inc., Pace Shave
Cause Of Action: Patent Infringement
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