Two inventors of snowboard bindings accuse their lawyers at Seyfarth Shaw and Burnett, Burnett & Allen of doing a legal face plant that caused them to lose a patent infringement case.

In a lawsuit filed in Santa Clara County, Calif., Superior Court last month, Richard and Brandt Berger accuse the lawyers of negligence and fraud and claim to have suffered damages of more than $75 million. On Wednesday, the suit was removed to the Northern District of California, following rulings by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Monday on the appropriate jurisdiction for IP malpractice claims.

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