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Judge Carney Agrees Litebook’s Knowledge-of-Infringement Claims Against Verilux Aren’t Strong as Stated In Litigation Seeking to Halt Manufacture & Sale of HappyLight® and Other Infringing Light Therapy Devices, and Gives Litebook Opportunity to Amend Lawsuit

In an order entered last week, the Honorable Cormac J. Carney dismissed some of the claims The Litebook Company, Lrd., made in a lawsuit against Verilux, Inc. (and Amazon) about infringing on patented technology since 2016 about Verilux’s knowledge about the alleged infringement. Represented by lawyers at ROPES & GRAY LLP, Bear Down Brands, LLC, dba Verilux, Inc., told Judge Carney he should dismiss the lawsuit The Litebook Company, Ltd., filed complaining Verilux’s VT22, VT31, VT32, VT41, VT42, VT43, VT52, VD46WW3U, and VF09WW3 products (and, perhaps, others), infringe on these five U.S. Patents: U.S. Patent No. 6,875,225, titled “Light Therapy Device”; U.S. Patent…
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