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Syndia v. Gillette

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Gillette ordered to pay Syndia $10 mil. in damages June 14 by jury in Chicago federal court in patent infringement case. Gillette's "diamond-like carbon"-coated razor blades used in Mach3, Mach3 Turbo and Venus razors found to infringe patents owned by Syndia, Chicago company maintains. Damages and injunctive relief for any future infringement have yet to be determined, Syndia adds, noting it intends to file for injunctive relief "barring future sales of March3, Turbo and Venus." Gillette said the ruling will have no material impact on business and does not prevent the firm from manufacturing any of its blades or razors. "Gillette also is prepared to appeal this matter to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. if that should prove necessary," company adds...
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