A Pittsburgh-based baby products company that fended off a patent infringement lawsuit won’t be receiving attorney fees for its trouble.

U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer of the Western District of Pennsylvania denied Thorley Industries’ request for “exceptional case” attorney fees in a case over the design of an infant seat, rejecting Thorley’s claims that its adversary employed “untimely and disruptive tactics” throughout the litigation.

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