Infringement claims by Thermapure against RxHeat and Cambridge Engineering reinstated


VENTURA, CA — Thermapure Inc.’s patent infringement claims against RxHeat and Cambridge Engineering have been reinstated by U.S. District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer as of January 7, 2015, according to Thermapure's website.

The claims were dismissed by Judge Pallmeyer in April 2014 after a summary judgment of non-infringement in the case, which had been in progress for several years.

Click here to read about the patent lawsuit settlement between the RIA and Thermapure.

Judge Pallmeyer, after a motion for reconsideration, determined that RxHeat and Cambridge Engineering were not entitled to summary judgment.

More on this case as it progresses.

Click here to read RxHeat's release regarding the dismissal of the case from last April.

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