This is a patent infringement case relating to non-invasive laser scar removal process. The primary function at issue is the use of a patch infused with a perfluorodecalin solution. The PFD patch is a perfluorodecalin-infused silicone gel patch that helps reduce laser frost caused by laser-induced microbubbles, allowing for multiple laser passes in a single treatment session. Ultimately, the PFD patch’s purpose is to enable faster scar fading that is safe, and decrease the number of overall treatments needed to achieve complete removal. It was alleged that this proprietary process was stolen by a competing company, which utilized it in it’s own laser scar removal equipment.