National farming magazine uses the expertise of Taylor IP in article about pending John Deere lawsuit.

Successful Farming, a long standing and leading national magazine in agriculture, recently published an article about a $16.3 million verdict in a lawsuit involving high speed planting. In the patent infringement litigation matter of John Deere v. Kinze and Ag Leader, a jury recently found in favor of patent holder Deere and awarded Deere $16.3M in damages. In the article, Successful Farming sought the opinion of Todd Taylor as to what the patents covered, and what the verdict means for users of the technology.

John Deere Wins $16.3 Million in Patent Lawsuit

Taylor IP has prepared and prosecuted over 450 patents for John Deere, and over 1000 patents for Case IH – New Holland (CNH). Taylor IP has extensive experience in patents involving all kinds of agricultural technologies, such as precision farming using GPS, tractors, combines, implements, sprayers, etc. Todd Taylor grew up on a crop and livestock farm of about 1000 acres, and currently lives on a 305 acre farm in northeast Indiana.

Read the full article at Successful Farming.