Johnson & Johnson et al v. Interactive Care Technologies, LLC

Plaintiff: Johnson & Johnson and Lifescan, Inc.
Defendant: Interactive Care Technologies, LLC
Case Number: 1:2008cv00378
Filed: August 21, 2008
Court: Hawaii District Court
Office: Trademark Office
County: Honolulu
Presiding Judge: HELEN GILLMOR
Referring Judge: BARRY M. KURREN
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: Federal Question
Jury Demanded By: 15:1125 Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)

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Plaintiff: Johnson & Johnson
Represented By: Louise K.Y. Ing
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Plaintiff: Lifescan, Inc.
Represented By: Louise K.Y. Ing
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