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Healthe & Sterilray Continue Bickering About Which Patent Claims Should or Shouldn’t Proceed to Trial

Healthe, Inc. tells the Honorable Roy B. Dalton, Jr., he should deny the partial motion to dismiss submitted by High Energy Ozone LLC d/b/a/ Far-UV Sterilray and S. Edward Neister and allow its lawsuit to march to trial. Sterilray’s motion to dismiss “relies on inflammatory accusations, mischaracterizations of facts and law, and intentional omissions of relevant information in a meritless attempt to dismiss several of Healthe’s claims and avoid consequences for their misdeeds,” Healthe says. Barnes & Thornburg LLP represent Healthe, Inc., with the assistance of local counsel at Akerman LLP. A copy of Healthe’s filing opposing the motion…
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