Rogers and KCC End Patent Dispute Over DBC Substrate Materials
shot by IP News Shots / 6:48 pm on 27 May, 2021
Rogers Corporation and KCC Corporation have settled a patent infringement dispute between them brought by the former. The companies that were at loggerheads over patents relating to direct bonded copper (DBC) substrate materials in Germany and have resolved all litigations with regard to the patents. No settlement details have been disclosed by either parties.
American Resources Enters into Non-exclusive Sub-Licensing Agreement with Novusterra
shot by IP News Shots / 5:51 pm on 01 April, 2021
American Resources Corporation and Novusterra Inc. have entered an agreement for the former to non-exclusively sub-license two of its exclusive graphene-related patents. The licensing agreement is finalized with the aim of further development of the patents. As part of the agreement, American Resources will receive an equity stake in Novusterra.
US Steel Acquires NanoSteel IP for Flat Rolled Sheets
shot by IP News Shots / 5:44 pm on 08 March, 2021
United States Steel Corporation has entered into an acquisition deal to acquire the patents belonging to NanoSteel Company, Inc. The acquisition will add to US Steel’s flat rolled sheet capabilities with the help of NanoSteel’s patents and other IPs. Further details of the deal remain undisclosed.
shot by IP News Shots / 7:34 pm on 26 February, 2021
The People’s Court of Zhengzhou, China has awarded a win to 3M Company in a patent infringement case that it brought against Qingdao Sisa Abrasives Co., Ltd. The court found the defendant infringing on two of 3M’s patents relating to precision-shaped abrasive grain technology. An injunction on the manufacture, sale and offer of sale of the infringing products was ordered by the court along with an award of damages for the plaintiff.
Hasler Licenses Purdue University’s REE Separation and Purification Tech to Medallion
shot by IP News Shots / 7:03 pm on 19 February, 2021
Medallion Resources Limited has entered into a licensing agreement for exclusive rights to the rare earth element separation and purification technology from Hasler Ventures LLC. The license for this technology developed by Purdue University provides Medallion with complete rights to its patents and know-how.
American Resources and Ohio University Enter into Licensing Agreement for Graphene and Rare Earth Mineral Processing Patents
shot by IP News Shots / 8:14 pm on 17 February, 2021
American Resources Corporation has licensed graphene and rare earth mineral processing patents from Ohio University. As per the terms of the agreement, American Resources will have exclusive domestic rights and an exclusive option on international rights for the licensed patents.
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