CAO Group (CAO) is a Utah-based company that designs and sells a variety of dental, veterinary, forensic and lighting products including the Dynasty line of LED lamps.
In the suit, Novozymes has accused Danisco of infringing U.S. Patent No. 7,713,723 (’723 Patent) by selling alpha amylase enzymes
Sipco LLC (Sipco) is an Atlanta, Georgia-based developer of wireless mesh technology. In a previous post, I wrote about Sipco’s patent infringement suit targeting Florida Power & Light and its smart grid rollout in Miami-Dade County.
Last month Sipco sued various companies that offer smart meters, lighting products, home and building automation systems and
The complaint (nichia-wilmar-complaint.pdf), filed in the Eastern District of Texas in Marshall, accuses Wilmar of infringing U.S. Patent Nos. 5,998,925 (’925 Patent),
In a previous post, I wrote about patent attorney-inventor Conrad O. Gardner’s infringement suit against Toyota in which he accused the automaker of infringing U.S. Patent No. 7,290,627 (’627 patent).
In that case, Gardner alleged that Toyota infringed the ‘627 Patent by making and selling the second generation Prius, the
Sky Windpower (Sky) is a California company that markets high altitude wind capture technology. Sky is the exclusive licensee of U.S. Patent No. 6,781,254 (’254 Patent), which is entitled “Windmill kite” and relates to a flying electric generator (FEG).
The FEG is essentially a kite with several rotors comprising aerofoil blades (their swept areas indicated by circles 5) attached