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Harness Dickey lead attorney, Rudy Telscher, on right, accepts law firm partner  Joe Walsh's good luck handshake before his moot court session at Washington University Law School.
Harness Dickey lead attorney, Rudy Telscher, on right, accepts law firm partner Joe Walsh's good luck handshake before his moot court session at Washington University Law School.

Octane Fitness prevails in U.S. Supreme Court fee-shifting case

St. Louis attorneys at Harness Dickey represented the company

The standard for awarding attorneys’ fees for prevailing defendants in patent cases is “unduly rigid,” the U.S. Supreme Court found in a decision announced Tuesday that involved a manufacturer represented by a team of Missouri attorneys.

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