Ray Hauser Track Record
Patent Testimony

 

Case

W. L. Gore Assoc. V. IMPRA, CIV 84-559 and CIV 84-604, PHX, Phoenix, AZ,

Attorney

James Polese of McCabe, Polese & Pietzsch, 300 E. Osborn #2000, Phoenix, AX, tel 602-280-1500, fax 602-274-0146 and John Mackiewicz of Woodcock, Washburn..., Philadelphia, tel 215-568-3100, fax 215-568-3439

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Trial - Hauser's experiments reconstructed a prior patent in Japan by Sumitomo Electric II, showing that Gore-Tex patent #3,953,566 was not a novel process or product.

Outcome

Judge ruled that Gore patent was invalid in view of Sumitomo patent.

 

Case

Veazie vs Gates Rubber Company, Trico Products Corp et al, US District Court, Southern Dist. Of Florida, West Palm Beach Div. Case No. 092-14084-CIV-PAINE/LYNCH

Attorney

Royal W. Craig, 10 N. Calvert St. #183, Baltimore MD 21202, tel 410-385-2383, fax 410-385-2385, rcraig@patent-law.org

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and depositions - Tests showed that defendant's windshield wiper blades demonstrated characteristics of US patent #5,803,662 and international patent #0 925 211 B1

Outcome

Federal judge supervised pre-trial settlement which included monetary payment to plaintiff

 

Case

3M Company v. American Covers, et al, International Trade Commission No. 337-TA-456

Attorney

Steven E. Adkins of Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg, LLP, 1200 17th St. NW, Washington DC 20036, tel 202-467-6300, fax 202-466-2006

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Study, Experiments, Report, Demonstration Samples, Deposition and Trial Testimony showing non-infringement, invalidity and non-use by complainant of US Patent #5,317,544

Outcome

Verdict in favor of defendant, no infringement, invalid patent and no basis for bringing action because of non-use

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