Octane Fitness, Brooklyn Park, MN, will have its case heard next year before the U.S. Supreme Court after the company was sued by Icon Health and Fitness, Logan, UT, for patent infringement. Although Octane Fitness won the case at the district and appellate court levels, the Supreme Court will review whether the company will receive the more than $1 million in attorneys' fees it is seeking. The company was denied the fees because the case was not deemed "exceptional" ...

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