Nautilus v. Biosig case could have serious ramifications in the patent space
This is the technology Biosig patented in 1994, and many manufacturers of exercise equipment license the patents from Biosig. Nautilus does not. The company contends that is not valid because it is indefinite.
By Rich Steeves|April 29, 2014
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Mark Harris, partner and co-head of the Appellate Practice Group at Proskauer
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