- The court handling Juniper's (JNPR -0.6%) infringement suit against Palo Alto Networks (PANW -0.7%) has ruled Juniper will be able to "introduce evidence of willful blindness" as related to induced infringement, should the jury rule Palo Alto directly infringed Juniper's IP.
- In addition, Palo Alto's attempt to make an ensnarement defense has been denied. Markman Advisors states this eliminates one of Palo Alto's defense against the doctrine of equivalents.
- Palo Alto's shares have moved moderately lower in response to the order.
- The court order
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Palo Alto ticks lower following court order in Juniper suit
Feb 19 2014, 14:08 ET