The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently overturned sanctions imposed by a Southern District of New York judge against New Jersey intellectual property law firm Kaplan Gilman & Pergament and software company Inc.

The Feb. 5 panel decision in Inc. v. Lansa Inc. ruled that the district court’s January 2005 pretrial order to impose sanctions on and the Woodbridge, N.J.-based Kaplan Gilman once the trial was completed was an abuse of the court’s discretion.

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