Patent Infringement Defense Against Patent Troll

Our team represented Camping World, one of the nation’s largest retailers of RVs, RV accessories and RV-related services, in Federal Circuit Court against claims of patent infringement by a patent troll. We managed to obtain dismissal of all of the plaintiff’s indirect infringement claims and the plaintiff appealed that determination. The matter was settled on appeal with favorable terms for Camping World.

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