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Lighting Ballast Control LLC v. Philips Electronics North America Corp., 2012-1014 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 21, 2014).

Lighting Ballast Control LLC v. Philips Electronics North America Corp., 2012-1014 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 21, 2014).

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Lighting Ballast Control LLC v. Philips Electronics North America Corp., 2012-1014 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 21, 2014).
Lighting Ballast Control LLC v. Philips Electronics North America Corp., 2012-1014 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 21, 2014).

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United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
 ______________________ LIGHTING BALLAST CONTROL LLC,
 Plaintiff-Appellee,
v. PHILIPS ELECTRONICS NORTH AMERICA CORPORATION,
 Defendant,
 AND
 UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES, INC.,
 Defendant-Appellant.
 ______________________
2012-1014
 ______________________
 Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas in case no. 09-CV-0029, Judge Reed O’Connor.
 ______________________
Decided: February 21, 2014
 ______________________
 
 LIGHTING BALLAST
 v.
PHILIPS ELECTRONICS
 2
 A 
NDREW
J.
 
D
HUEY 
,
 
of Berkeley, California, argued for plaintiff-appellee on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief were
 
J
ONATHAN
T.
 
S
UDER
and
 
D
 AVID
 A.
 
S
KEELS
, Friedman, Suder & Cooke, of Fort Worth, Texas; and R
OBERT
P.
 
G
REENSPOON
, Flachsbart & Greenspoon, LLC, of Chicago, Illinois. S
TEVEN
J.
 
R
OUTH
, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, of Washington, DC, argued for defendant-appellant on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief were S
TEN
 A.
 
J
ENSON
,
 
J
OHN
R.
 
I
NGE
,
 
T.
 
 V
 ANN
P
EARCE
,
 
J
R
., and D
IANA
M.
 
S
ZEGO
. N
 ATHAN
K.
 
ELLEY 
,
 
Solicitor, United States Patent and Trademark Office, of Alexandria, Virginia, argued for amicus curiae United States on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief were K 
RISTI
L.
 
R.
 
S
 AWERT
 and R
OBERT
J.
 
M
C
M
 ANUS
, Associate Solicitors. Of counsel on the brief was Mark R. Freeman, Attorney, Appellate Staff, United States Department of Justice, of Washington, DC. L
 AUREL
G.
 
B
ELLOWS
, American Bar Association, of Chicago, Illinois, for amicus curiae American Bar Associa-tion on rehearing en banc. With her on the brief were R
OBERT
F.
 
 A 
LTHERR
,
 
J
R
. and P
 AUL
M.
 
R
IVARD
. C
HARLES
W.
 
S
HIFLEY 
, Banner & Witcoff, Ltd., of Chi-cago, Illinois for amicus curiae Intellectual Property Law  Association on rehearing en banc. C
HIDAMBARAM
S.
 
I
 YER
, Sughrue Mion, PLLC, of Wash-ington, DC, for amicus curiae Sigram Schindler Be-teiligungsgesellschaft mbH on rehearing en banc. R
OLF
O.
 
S
TADHEIM
, Stadheim & Grear Ltd., of Chica-go, Illinois, for amici curiae NUtech Ventures, Inc., et al.
 
LIGHTING BALLAST
 v.
PHILIPS ELECTRONICS
 3
on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief was G
EORGE
C.
 
S
UMMERFIELD
. J
OHN
W.
 
S
HAW
, Shaw Keller LLP, of Wilmington, Del-aware, for amicus curiae Delaware Chapter of the Federal Bar Association on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief was K 
 AREN
E.
 
ELLER
. H
 ARRY
C.
 
M
 ARCUS
, Locke Lord, LLP, of New York, New York, for amicus curiae American Intellectual Prop-erty Law Association on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief were R
OBERT
K.
 
G
OETHALS
 and J
OSEPH
 A.
 
F
 ARCO
. Of counsel on the brief was J
EFFREY
I.D.
 
L
EWIS
, Americn Intellectual Property Law Association, of Arlington,  Virginia. J
OHN
D.
 
 V
 ANDENBERG
,
 
Klarquist Sparkman, LLP, of Portland, Oregon, for amicus curiae Microsoft Corporation on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief was
 
 A 
NDREW
M.
 
M
 ASON
. D
 ARYL
L.
 
J
OSEFFER
,
 
King & Spalding LLP, of Wash-ington, DC, for amici curiae Google Inc., et al. on rehear-ing en banc. With him on the brief were K 
 AREN
F.
 
G
ROHMAN
, of Washington, DC; and A 
DAM
M.
 
C
ONRAD
, of Charlotte, North Carolina. T
HOMAS
G.
 
H
UNGAR
, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, of Washington, DC, for amici curiae Cisco Systems, Inc., et al. on rehearing en banc. With him on the brief were M
 ATTHEW
D.
 
M
C
G
ILL
 and A 
LEXANDER
N.
 
H
 ARRIS
. J
ENNIFER
UHN
, Law Office of Jennifer Kuhn, of Aus-tin, Texas, for amicus curiae Austin Intellectual Property Law Association on rehearing en banc. Of counsel on the

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