Milliken & Company Wins 2nd Patent Infringement Lawsuit

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Milliken & Company has won judgment in a patent infringement lawsuit involving Wujiang Xindian Fabric Innerducts Co., Ltd.

“We are pleased that we can continue to grow our business in a commercial environment that protects our rights,” stated John Hepfinger, Global Market Manager, at Milliken & Company.

The Suzhou Intermediate People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China recently issued a Civil Judgment on (2012) Suzhongzhiminchuzi No. 0305 Case whereby Wujiang Xindian Fabric Innerducts Co., Ltd., manufactured and sold innerduct made of fabric that infringed upon the patent to which Milliken has exclusive right in China. In the ruling, the court ordered the infringer to cease manufacturing, offering to sell, or selling infringing products, and ordered the infringer to pay significant damages to Milliken. This is the second time that Milliken has been successful in defending this intellectual property.

“We are pleased that we can continue to grow our business in a commercial environment that protects our rights,” stated John Hepfinger, Global Market Manager, at Milliken & Company. “We are committed to protecting our intellectual property, and this continued recognition of our rights further supports our partners and customers who have benefited from our infrastructure solutions.”

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