Federal Court Awards Enzo Biochem (ENZ) Over $61 Million In Patent Infringement Damages
1/6/2014 9:34:16 AM
Judge Increases Jury Award by $12.4 Million in Prejudgment Interest
Enzo Biochem Inc. (NYSE:ENZ) reported today that a Federal Court Judge in New Haven, CT, in connection with the favorable November 2012 jury finding of direct infringement damages of Enzo patents by Applera Corp., now Life Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:LIFE), has awarded the Company prejudgment interest of $12,428,729, bringing the total award to in excess of $61 million. Additional post-interest on the full amount was also awarded starting November 7, 2012 until the total judgment is satisfied, which, it is estimated, could add several additional millions.
The Enzo action is entitled Enzo Biochem, Inc. et al. vs. Applera Corp. and Tropix Inc. in New Haven, CT Civil Action No. 3:04cv929 (JBA).
About Enzo Biochem
Enzo Biochem is a pioneer in molecular diagnostics, leading the convergence of clinical laboratories, life sciences and therapeutics through the development of unique diagnostic platform technologies that provide numerous advantages over previous standards. A global company, Enzo Biochem utilizes cross-functional teams to develop and deploy products systems and services that meet the ever-changing and rapidly growing needs of health care both today and into the future. Underpinning Enzo Biochem’s products and technologies is a broad and deep intellectual property portfolio, with patent coverage across a number of key enabling technologies.
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