Hockerson-Halberstadt, Inc. v. JSP Footware, Inc. and FUBU The Collection (Fed. Cir. June 23, 2004) (not citable as precedent)
(RADER) The appellate court reversed a summary judgement against the patentee, holding that the plaintiff had met its section 287 notice obligation by sending a letter to a third party who was thought to control manufacture of the patented stabilized athletic shoes. (U.S. Patent 4,322,896).
In dissent, MICHEL argued that the section 287 notice requirement should not be satisfied by giving notice to a third party that has no corporate relationship with the defendant except for a trademark license.