Pasadena, Calif. (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
Bluelounge Pte. Ltd., an award-winning, international design studio recognized for its clever products that solve everyday problems through innovation, today announced that it has successfully resolved the patent infringement suit filed in federal court in the Central District of California against Blingberry, LLC, assigned as Case No. EDCV13-1078 MMM (DTBx). The complaint alleges that Blingberry, LLC’s “iDock” or “iPhone Wall Dock” products infringe United States Patent D649,932 entitled “Electrical Device Charger.”
“Our Bluelounge team has worked hard to create elegant and sophisticated products, such as the MiniDock® product, that have attracted international acclaim and merited a global intellectual property portfolio,” said Dominic Symons, Principal of Bluelounge Pte. Ltd. “We will continue to enforce all our intellectual property rights and do so through aggressive litigation if necessary.”
Bluelounge Pte. Ltd. is represented by the law firm of Miller IP.
About Bluelounge Pte. Ltd.
Founded in 1999 by designers Melissa Sunjaya and Dominic Symons, Bluelounge began as a full-service creative firm offering brand strategy, graphic design, and consulting services focusing on product development, advanced design research, and corporate communications campaigns for a variety of clients globally.
Born of this fusion of graphic and industrial design experience, in 2005, Bluelounge designed and launched a product of its own, springboarding the company to become the product manufacturing and international distribution enterprise for which it is known.
Today, Bluelounge is headquartered in Singapore, with creative studios and R&D divisions in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Pasadena, California.
Bluelounge products are available in over 500 stores stateside and through international distributors, promotional agents, and licensees in over 46 countries worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.bluelounge.com.
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