Lexington Luminance LLC v. Amazon.com Inc. et al
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|April 4, 2016
Judge Denise J. Casper: ORDER entered. MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - The disputed claim terms are construed as follows: 1. The term "whereby said plurality of inclined lower portions are configured to guide extended lattice defects away from propagati ng into the active layer" constitutes a limitation and does not require any construction; 2. The term "a sloped etching profile... without a prescribed angle of inclination" means "sloped etched sides without a specified angle of inclination" and the term "etching" is three-dimensional; 3. The term "a sloped smooth etching profile... without a prescribed angle of inclination" means "a sloped smooth etched side without a specified angle of incli nation;" 4. The term "the sides of said etched trenches are without a prescribed angle of inclination" means "the sides of said etched trenches are without a specified angle of inclination;" and 5. The term "a sloped etching profile with a smooth rotation of micro-facets" means "sloped etched sides without sharp corners." (Hourihan, Lisa)
|March 18, 2014
Judge Denise J. Casper: ORDER entered. MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - The Court ALLOWS Amazon's motion for judgment on the pleadings, D. 49. Judgment shall enter on Amazon's counterclaim for a declaration of invalidity in its favor and Lexington's complaint shall be DISMISSED(Hourihan, Lisa)
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