A federal judge in Newark has denied the request of a condom company’s rival to halt shipments of an oddly shaped prophylactic that was at the center of a patent infringement claim.

U.S. District Judge Joseph Greenaway Jr. ruled on May 21 that the prophylactic in question, the Inspiral condom, differs in structure and function from another oddly shaped condom, the Pleasure Plus.

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