Sanctions Imposed Against Nonpracticing Entity, Its Principal and Its Lead Counsel in What Judge Gilstrap Found to be the 'Clearest Example of an Exceptional Case' Yet

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On Jan. 25, Judge Gilstrap found plaintiff and its principal (Brian Yates) jointly and severally liable for $355,000 in fees and costs under 35 U.S.C. Section 285.

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