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Healthe, Inc., Gives Judge Dalton More Detail About How It Says Sterilray Reads Its Patents Too Broadly

Healthe, Inc., tells the Honorable Roy B. Dalton, Jr., High Energy Ozone LLC d/b/a/ Far-UV Sterilray and S. Edward Neister misread their UV technology patents, attempting to erroneously broaden the meaning of the term “single line wavelengths” by eliminating requirements that are explicitly described as “critical” to the alleged inventions. For the “the surface to be disinfected,” Healthe says, HEO3 seeks to blatantly rewrite this phrase because, as written, it renders the claim fatally ambiguous and therefore invalid as indefinite. In each of the three remaining disputed terms, HEO3 disingenuously seeks a construction of “plain and ordinary meaning,” despite…
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