A California federal judge has entered a default judgment against a company facing allegations that it infringed a patent for a device used to secure exterior building tiles, finding that it knowingly spoiled evidence, regularly missed deadlines and dragged out responses in the case…. Judge Real ruled against Tile Tech on unfair competition violations of the Lanham Act and on claims of patent infringement, contributory patent infringement and induced patent infringement. The judge ordered that the company stop infringing the patent, turn in any relevant molds and pay an unspecified amount of damages, costs and attorneys’ fees to Bison.” By Kevin Penton Law360.com


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