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Patent & Trademark

OptiGen claims Texas A&M University, DNA Diagnostics and others violate patent on its "Pawsitive ID" genetic-disease-susceptibility DNA tests for dogs and cats, in Syracuse, N.Y., Federal Court.

Here are the defendants in the OptiGen case: Texas A&M University System, DNA Diagnostics dba Shelterwood Laboratories, Melba S. Ketchum, International Genetics, Genetic Fulfillment USA LLC, Pinpoint DNA Technologies, and Richard B. Dobbins.

Oakley claims Bushnell dba Bolle violates several of its sunglass patents, in San Diego Federal Court.

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