DeepRoot Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against GreenBlue

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The complaint alleges that GreenBlue’s RootSpace infringes two Canadian patents

On May 23, 2018, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the Federal Court of Canada against GreenBlue Urban North America Inc. The complaint alleges that GreenBlue’s RootSpace infringes Canadian Patent No. 2,552,348 and Canadian Patent No. 2,829,599. More details are set forth in the complaint filed by DeepRoot, which is available for download here: https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/d186e63d-80e8-4b00-a1a1-12e04ac7e470

The case is DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC and DeepRoot Canada Corp. v. GreenBlue Urban North America Inc., Case No. T-954-18 (Federal Court of Canada).

About DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC
Founded in 1976, DeepRoot produces high-quality tree care and storm water management tools to promote ecological function in urban areas. DeepRoot’s products include Silva Cell, a modular suspended pavement system that uses soil volumes to support large tree growth and provide powerful on-site storm water management through absorption, evapotranspiration, and interception. Silva Cell has been used in over two thousand development projects and is manufactured in the United States.

Company Contacts
DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC
Graham Ray, Chief Executive Officer
415-781-9700
graham(at)deeproot(dot)com
http://www.deeproot.com

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