OptiGen, LLC v. Texas A&M University System et al
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|November 14, 2012
CONSENT JUDGMENT in favor of Optigen, LLC against Defendants International Genetics, Inc., Genetic Fulfillment USA, LLC, PinPoint DNA Technologies, Inc. and Richard B. Dobbins permanently enjoining the defendants from all activity, including making, using, offering to sell and/or selling, any product or service in the countries or territories where OptiGen has patented protection for the inventions involving the patents listed herein. (lmw )
|February 8, 2010
CONSENT JUDGMENT: in favor of OptiGen, LLC against Texas A&M University System, and Dr. Ernest Gus Cothran. Texas A&M and its employees, including but not limited to Dr. Ernest Gus Cothran shall be permanently enjoined from all activity that constitu tes practicing the inventions contained in the following patents: U.S. Patent No. 5,804,388, U.S. Patent No. 6,201,114, U.S. Patent No. 6,210,897, U.S. Patent No. 6,428,958, U.S. Patent No. 7,312,037, Texas A&M shall be permanently enjoined from all activity that constitutes practicing the inventions for commercial purposes of the invention contained in U.S. Patent No. 7,285,388. The Court shall retain jurisdiction over this matter to enforce the terms of this Consent Judgment. Signed by Judge Glenn T. Suddaby on 2/6/2010. (jmb)
|June 18, 2009
ORDER granting the # 19 Motion to Consolidate Cases. It is Ordered that Case 5:09-cv-457 and 5:09-cv-6 are consolidated for all purposes and will remain assigned to District Judge Suddaby and Magistrate Judge DiBianco with Case 5:09-cv-6 designated as the LEAD CASE. Further Ordered that all future papers are to be docketed in Lead Case 5:09-cv-6. No further docketing shall be done in this case. Signed by Magistrate Judge Gustave J. DiBianco on 6/18/2009. (mae)
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