Search

Poll

Do you recycle? (be honest)
 
Is Energy Independence actually Good for our enviroment?
 
December 2006 -Nesscap Files Patent Infringement Suit Against Maxwell PDF Print E-mail
Written by alaxaweb   
Friday, 07 September 2007
SEOUL , South Korea , Dec. 15 -- NessCap Co. a privately-held company recognized as a global leader in ultracapacitor technology, product development, sales and manufacturing, has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Maxwell Technologies, a San Diego, California-based ultracapacitor manufacturer. The lawsuit alleges that Maxwell's products, including the “D-cell” product line of Boostcap® ultracapacitors, infringe upon NessCap's patented intellectual property. NessCap filed the lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware in Wilmington, Delaware. The firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP represents NessCap Co. in the lawsuit. "NessCap has invested significant capital, resource and effort in developing our own proprietary and patented technology and we will not allow Maxwell to infringe," said Dr. Sunwook Kim, founder and chairman of the board of NessCap Co.

Dr. Kim further observed: "For whatever reason, after our merger discussions ended abruptly, Maxwell started the legal battle by filing a lawsuit against us for infringement in San Diego, which we will demonstrate has absolutely no merit. We and our legal team have conducted an extensive review of our patent estate and we have determined that NessCap ultracapacitors, which Maxwell accuses of infringement, are protected by NessCap patents that predate the Maxwell patents at issue in the San Diego lawsuit. We are convinced that we have a very strong position."

NessCap stands as a global leader in technology innovation and product development of ultracapacitors. We feature the widest array of standard commercial products in the market, ranging from 3 farads to 5000 farads, with industry-recognized alternative organic electrolytes. Our NessCap products are available in either cells or modules. In addition, they can be used in the transportation, power and consumer markets.

No one has commented on this article.
The author or administrator has closed this item for comments.
 
Tag it:
Delicious
Furl it!
Spurl
NewsVine
Reddit
YahooMyWeb
Technorati
Blinkbits
BlinkList
blogmarks
co.mments
Netvouz
connotea
De.lirio.us
Hugg
Furl it!
LinkaGoGo
Ma.gnolia
Mister.Wong
NewsVine
< Prev   Next >

2010 UltraCapacitors.org | All Rights Reserved