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Chris Centurelli

Chembio Diagnostic Systems Inc. v. BioSure (UK) LTD. Represented Chembio in an International Arbitration proceeding. After a five day evidentiary hearing, the arbitration tribunal found BioSure breached the parties’ contract and its implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, misappropriated Chembio’s trade secrets under both federal and New York law, awarded Chembio its damages, costs and attorneys’ fees and ordered BioSure to stop making, using, offering for sale, or selling Chembio’s intellectual property.
National Fish & Seafood, Inc. v. Tampa Bay Fisheries et al. Represented NFS in a trade secret misappropriation action. The dispute settled amicably after an evidentiary hearing and written decision granted NFS its requested injunctive relief.
Source Search Technologies, LLC vs. KAYAK Software Corporation. Represented KAYAK in a patent infringement action concerning its Search One and Done® website. The District Court invalidated the asserted patent under 35 U.S.C. 101 and awarded KAYAK attorney fees; a decision affirmed by the Federal Circuit.
Exergen Corp. v. CVS Corp. Represented Exergen in a patent infringement action concerning its patented temporal artery thermometer technology. After a fifteen-day trial, the jury found each of Exergen’s three asserted patents valid and infringed.
Intellectual Ventures I, LLC et al v. Lenovo Group. Ltd., et al. Represented Lenovo in a six patent dispute adverse to IV. Each asserted patent was found invalid after inter partes reexamination or not infringed after summary judgement and all appeals were taken.
Aggreko, LLC v. United Rentals, Inc. et al., Represented United Rentals in defense of claims alleging trade secret misappropriation. The case settled after a multi-day evidentiary hearing in which United Rentals defeated Aggreko’s unreasonable request for injunctive relief.
Accusoft Corp. v. Quest Diagnostics, Represented Quest Diagnostics in a breach of contract and copyright infringement dispute concerning its ChartMaxx, OptiMaxx and eMaxx products. The settled after the Court’s rulings on motions in limine.
Sears v. Archer Daniels Midland Company. Represented ADM in a patent infringement action. After a two week trial, the jury found that ADM’s Caliber® deicing product did not infringe Sears’ patents.
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