Modumetal Seeks Declaratory Judgement of Patent Invalidity and Non-Infringement Against Integran Technologies, Inc.

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Integran Technologies, Inc. tactics of implied patent infringement challenged by Modumetal

Seattle-based Modumetal, Inc. has taken action seeking a declaratory judgment against Integran Technologies, Inc. Modumetal took legal action after being informed by strategic partners and customers that Integran Technologies, a Canadian company, was sending letters to them asserting that its patents may be infringed by Modumetal technology.

As a result of Integran's actions, Modumetal has requested relief from the U.S. District Court, including affirmative declaration that Modumetal is not infringing any valid patent rights of the Canadian entity. Modumetal has also requested that the court direct Integran Technologies, Inc. to cease and desist in its interference in Modumetal's business. (Reference: Civil Action No. 2:10-cv-01592)

Modumetal, Inc. of Seattle, WA, is realizing the commercial potential of a unique, patented class of nano-laminated materials. These pioneering materials exemplify unprecedented performance for structural, corrosion, and high temperature applications.

Modumetal is made by a "green" electrochemical manufacturing approach, which reduces the carbon footprint of conventional metals manufacturing at the same time that it revolutionizes materials performance. (http://www.modumetal.com).

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