P&G Crest Whitestrips Patents Repel ‘Indefiniteness’ Challenge
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
P&G prevails in U.S. district court arguing that three private-label tooth-whitening strip firms infringed three off its patents for Crest Whitestrips. The defendants plan to appeal the ruling against their motion that two of P&G’s patents are invalid.
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