A federal judge has ordered a patent holder and his lawyers to pay attorney fees for bringing an infringement suit based on “nothing more than a tissue of lies.”

Irving Bauer had sued Romag Fasteners Inc., a manufacturer of magnetic snap closures for handbags, for infringing a 1996 patent on a new type of closure he claimed to have invented.

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