Zach Hallstrom v. University Medical Pharmaceuticals Corporation



 
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RFC Case Number: P-Z10-462U
Court Case Number: 1:10-cv-00462-SS
File Date: Thursday, June 24, 2010
Plaintiff: Zach Hallstrom
Plaintiff Counsel: Aashish Y. Desai of Mower Carreon & Desai LLP
Defendant: University Medical Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Cause: 35:292 Patent Infringement
Court: Texas Western District Court
Judge: Judge Sam Sparks
Notes: Complaint is for False Patent Marking.
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6/24/2010 DEMAND for Trial by Jury by Zach Hallstrom, United States Of America contained in Complaint.(klw, ) (Entered: 06/25/2010)
6/24/2010 Case Assigned to Judge Sam Sparks. CM WILL NOW REFLECT THE JUDGE INITIALS AS PART OF THE CASE NUMBER. PLEASE APPEND THESE JUDGE INITIALS TO THE CASE NUMBER ON EACH DOCUMENT THAT YOU FILE IN THIS CASE. (klw, ) (Entered: 06/25/2010)
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