Whitmyer IP Group today filed suit against Boeing Company on behalf of its client Timaero Ireland Ltd. The suit alleges fraud and breach of contract by Boeing inducing customers to order and pay significant cash deposits on 737 MAX aircraft that Boeing knew were unsafe and would not operate in a manner consistent with prior 737 aircraft. Timaero paid cash deposits on twenty-two 737 MAX aircraft, and has taken delivery of only two. The lawsuit seeks return of more than $185MM in cash deposits for undelivered aircraft, lost profits, and punitive damages. A copy of the complaint as filed is available here.
Jasmine Gratton is completing her LL.M in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law at Fordham University School of Law. She has an LL.B. from University of Bristol Law School in England, and completed her thesis [Read More…]
By Ryan Newell The USPTO has extended the expiration date for the Fast-Track Appeals Pilot Program (F-TAPP) through July 2, 2022. F-TAPP was established in July 2020 on a temporary basis, to provide for the [Read More…]
Whitmyer IP Group filed a Complaint in the District of Delaware on behalf of its clients Nicholas Harmon and With Light, Inc., formerly Verilux, Inc. The Complaint stems from a commercial transaction where Verilux’s assets [Read More…]