Federal Rule of Evidence 702

By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Colm F. Connolly in CareDx, Inc. v. Natera, Inc., Civil Action No. 19-662-CFC-CJB (D.Del. May 7, 2021), the Court granted Natera’s motion to exclude at trial the opinions of CareDx’s damages expert relating to “corrective advertising damages.”  CareDx sought to offer the damages expert’s testimony at trial

By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Leonard P. Stark in Intel Corp. v. Future Link Systems, LLC, Civil Action No. 14-377-LPS (D.Del. June 1, 2017), the Court denied (1) the motion of Plaintiff Intel Corporation to exclude royalty opinions of Defendant Future Link Systems, LLC’s damages experts, and (2) the motion of Defendant

By Order dated October 30, 2009 (PDF), Magistrate Judge Leonard P. Stark issued his recommendations on Defendant Swisslog’s Motion to Dismiss Due to Lack of Entire Patent Ownership, the parties’ claim construction contentions with respect to the claims in dispute, several motions for summary judgment filed by the parties, and certain evidentiary motions.

Plaintiff, McKesson Automation, Inc. (“Plaintiff” or “McKesson”), and Defendant, Swisslog Holdings AG (“Defendant” or “Swisslog”), are in the business of manufacturing and selling automated pharmaceutical retrieval and distribution systems to hospitals.  In this patent infringement action, McKesson asserts that Swisslog’s PillPick System infringes two of McKesson’s patents, U.S. Patent No. 5,468,110 (“the ‘110 patent”) and U.S. Patent No. 5,593,267 (“the ‘267 patent”). The ‘110 and ‘267 patents disclose a system for filling prescriptions and restocking medicines in a pharmacy. 

Judge Stark Recommends that Swisslog’s Motion to Dismiss Be Denied


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