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Hubbell Incorporated
v. Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Complaint for Patent Infringement
Civil Action No. 3:13-cv-00084-SRU, the Hon. Stefan R. Underhill presiding.
Filed on Jan. 17, 2013 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut;

Plaintiffs

v.
Hubbell
McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter/PH, LLP; Southport, CT
Robert J. Cooney
Harold James Pickerstein

Defendants

Leviton Manufacturing

Patents in case

  • 7,149,065: “Self testing digital fault interrupter” by Baldwin et. al. Prosecuted by Goodman; Alfred N. Bicks; Mark S. Persino; Raymond B.. Includes 24 claims (5 indep.). Was application 10/461,874. Granted 12/12/2006.
  • 6,807,036: “Digital fault interrupter with self-testing capabilities” by Baldwin. Prosecuted by Goodman; Alfred N. Holmes; John E. Longanecker; Stacey J.. Includes 24 claims (6 indep.). Was application 10/087,125. Granted 10/19/2004.
  • 6,807,035: “Fault interrupter using microcontroller for fault sensing and automatic self-testing” by Baldwin et. al. Prosecuted by Longanecker; Stacey J. Goodman; Alfred N.. Includes 23 claims (16 indep.). Was application 09/722,423. Granted 10/19/2004.
  • 7,315,437: “Self testing ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) with end of life (EOL) indicator, secondary power.” by Bonilla et. al. Prosecuted by Longanecker; Stacey J. Bicks; Mark S. Goodman; Alfred N.. Includes 16 claims (2 indep.). Was application 11/443,435. Granted 1/1/2008.
  • 7,733,617: “Self testing digital fault interrupter” by Baldwin et. al. Prosecuted by Bicks; Mark S. Goodman; Alfred N. Barner; Kevin M.. Includes 28 claims (6 indep.). Was application 11/198,400. Granted 6/8/2010.

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