Taiwanese Intellectual Property Court Dismisses Administrative Suit Challenging Isola Group Patent

Taiwanese Intellectual Property Court Dismisses Administrative Suit Challenging Isola Group Patent

CHANDLER, Ariz., December 14, 2011 — Isola Group, a manufacturer of technologically advanced base materials used to fabricate complex printed circuit boards, today announced that on October 31, 2011, the Taiwanese Intellectual Property Court confirmed the validity of Isola’s Taiwan patent no. 413659 (Fillers for Improved Epoxy Laminates) by dismissing an administrative suit filed by Taiwan Union Technology Corporation challenging Isola’s patent.

Commenting on the decision, Ray Sharpe, Isola’s CEO, stated, “We are pleased to be able to bring positive closure to the challenge to our patented filler technology inTaiwan.  This decision validates our patent and gives Isola the right to preclude other laminators from using talc based fillers covered by our patents in their products inTaiwan.”

Contact:

Tony Rossi
Financial Profiles
(310) 478-2700 x13
trossi@finprofiles.com

 

14 December 2011

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