Pulse Medical Instruments, Inc. v. Drug Impairment Detection Services, Inc.

BVLaw
Full Text of Court Cases
March 12, 2012
8071 Medical Laboratories
intellectual property

Pulse Medical Instruments, Inc. v. Drug Impairment Detection Services, Inc.
2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 32467
US
Federal Court
Maryland
United States District Court
Carlos Valeiras (plaintiff); David Harkavy (defendant)
Chasanow

Summary

Court admits expert’s “lost opportunity value analysis” for calculating damages, finding that Georgia-Pacific reasonably royalty damages and lost profits are not exclusive remedies in patent infringement cases.
Pulse Medical Instruments, Inc. v. Drug Impairment Detection Service, Inc.
PDF, Size: 44 KB

See Also

Patent Damages for ‘Lost Opportunity Value’ Pass Daubert

: Court admits expert’s “lost opportunity value analysis” for calculating damages, finding that Georgia-Pacific reasonably royalty damages and lost profits are not exclusive remedies in patent infringement cases.