Cummins-Allison Corp. v. Glory Ltd., No. 02 C 7008 (N.D. Ill. Apr. 25, 2007) (Posner, J.).
Judge Posner, sitting by designation, entered an order dismissing all claim and counterclaims without prejudice and terminating the case, on what appeared to be near the eve of trial. The parties filed a Stipulated Dismissal earlier in the month. No further settlement details were readily available.
The Court’s order ended what had been a fairly protracted patent dispute between the two parties centering around patents covering money-counting and bill-sorting devices. You can read more about prior rulings from the Northern District case in the Blog’s archives. You can read about several opinions from the related Eastern District of Texas case here and here at Michael Smith’s E.D. Texas Blog.