Seed Research Equipment Solutions v. Gary W. Clem, Inc., No. 09-01282, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 181381 (D. Kan. Dec. 20, 2012)

(case involves patent dispute surrounding "GPS System to Provide Planter Tripping for Crop Research Plots"; patent in question issued on Jan. 7, 2003, but plaintiff claimed that method claimed in patent created at least one year earlier by unrelated third party who worked with planter manufacturer and Cargill employees to develop software for system utilized in patent, and that such system used to plant Cargill's Seward, NE, research fields in 1998;  summary judgment denied plaintiff on one claim, but granted on eight other claims on basis that plaintiff's system anticipated defendant's patent claim limitations and plaintiff's system in public use before defendant's system).

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