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Gillette/Energizer lawsuit

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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German court rules that Schick's German affiliate, Wilkinson Sword, did not infringe Gillette's European patent for three-bladed progressive exposure by marketing the four-bladed Schick Quattro razor, Energizer reports Dec. 2. Court also orders Gillette reimburse Energizer's court costs. Decision follows ruling earlier this year by a Boston federal court, which denied Gillette's request for a preliminary injunction against Schick Quattro, asserting it "had no reasonable likelihood of success on the claim of literal infringement" (1"The Rose Sheet" Jan. 19, 2004, In Brief)...
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