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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Patent Matters in Sports: Patently Obvious (all about patent law) points to a new case in the sporting world. The case is Fieldturf Int'l., Inc. v. Triexe Mgmt. Grp., Inc. in the Northern District of Illinois.

    Fieldturf alleges that Triexe infringed its patents, intentionally interfered with its prospective economic advantage and committed common law conversion by selling or offering to sell synthetic turf to the U Wisc, UC Berkeley, the Baltimore Ravens, and a fourth project in Ireland. Triexe has denied the material allegations and has asserted counterclaims.

The patent at issue is No. 6,338,885.


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