Judge rules in favor of AngioDynamics in patent case
|Source: Washington University at St. Louis School of Medicine|
Judge Maxine Chesney found that VNUS was not able to establish that AngioDynamics willfully infringed the VNUS patents. The ruling prevents the potential tripling of damages in the event that a jury finds infringement by AngioDynamics, according to the Queensbury, N.Y.-based firm.
The trial start date, originally slated to begin Oct. 29, has now been delayed and not re-scheduled due to time constraints of the court.