By Kevin E. Noonan — Legal creativity in argument is the lifeblood of the litigator’s craft, and nowhere more than in patent litigation in view of the complexities of the law applied to technological fact. But occasionally creative arguments can be a bridge too far, which was the case regarding a claim of sovereign immunity by plaintiffs in University of Florida Research Foundation, Inc. v. General Electric Co. The case arose over patent infringement brought by the University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) against General Electric (GE) over U.S. Patent No. 7,062,251 regarding automated (computer) management of critical care physiologic…
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