AFG Industries, Inc, et al v. Cardinal IG Co., Inc, et al
Case Number: 2:1996cv00244
Filed: May 23, 1996
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
Office: Greeneville Office
Presiding Judge: J Ronnie Greer
Presiding Judge: Dennis H Inman
Nature of Suit: Patent
Cause of Action: 35 U.S.C. ยง 271 Patent Infringement
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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December 19, 2008 Opinion or Order Filing 510 MEMORANDUM AND OPINION: Since it is undisputed that all of the accused Cardinal products have a central zinc oxide core produced by multiple depositions of zinc oxide, none of the accused products infringe the 532 patent and Cardinal is entitled to s ummary judgment of noninfringement. Therefore, Cardinals motion for summary judgment, [Doc. 430], will be GRANTED, AFGs motion for summary judgment, [Doc. 427], AFGs appeal of the decision of the United States Magistrate Judge on AFGs motion for leav e to add a new expert, [Doc. 411], the motion for leave to add a new expert, [Doc. 398], and AFGs Rule 56(f) motion [Doc. 455], will be DENIED as moot, and this case will, by separate order, be DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. All other pending motions in the case are PRETERMITTED and the Clerk is directed to terminate those motions. See memorandum for details. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 12/19/2008. (RLC)
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