Thomson Reuters: Revenge of the Patent Holders

Thomson Reuters’ News and Insight published this article about Neurografix’s claims against the Regents of the University of California: Patent holders may have found a new way to level the playing field when it comes to suing state universities for patent infringement…NeuroGrafix, in a very creative application of the law of eminent domain, sued the regents in state court last...

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University of California Regents Waives Sovereign Immunity in Response to Inverse Condemnation Suit

Agrees to Appear in Federal Court to Answer NeuroGrafix Allegations of Patent Infringement LOS ANGELES, CA (May 16, 2011) – NeuroGrafix, a Santa Monica, California company specializing in medical imaging technology announced today that NeuroGrafix and the University of California Regents have executed a stipulation in which the UC Regents agrees to appear in Federal District Court to...

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Regents of the University of California Suit Announced

NeuroGrafix Challenges the Sovereign Immunity that Allows the State of California to Engage Freely in Patent Infringement – Suing The Regents of the University of California Under a Theory of Inverse Condemnation October 15, 2010 – Today NeuroGrafix, a Santa Monica, California company specializing in advanced medical imaging technology – announces that it has filed suit today in California...

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IBSC Payment Accepted

IBSC Payment Accepted

April 2010 – NeuroGrafix accepts progress payment from research contract with Image Based Surgicenter Corporation in recognition of new NeuroGrafix patent filing in the field of neural tract MRI imaging.

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Siemens Lawsuit Announced

Siemens Lawsuit Announced

March 2010 – NeuroGrafix announces filing of patent infringement lawsuit against Siemens Medical Solutions and Siemens AG

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