Law360, New York (August 28, 2014, 7:58 PM ET) — The Federal Circuit on Thursday vacated the dismissal of an infringement suit accusing Fry's Electronics and a video game device manufacturer of flouting a patent over a gun-shaped video game controller, saying a Texas federal judge wrongly tossed the suit because the patent holder failed to comply with a court order.
In a unanimous ruling, a three-judge panel for the Federal Circuit ruled that Judge Lynn N. Hughes abused her discretion when she dismissed KI Ventures LLC's suit against retailer Fry's Electronics and CTA Digital Inc.
William Ramey, managing partner of Ramey & Browning, represented KI Ventures.
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