I've written extensively about the patent infringement and antitrust
litigation between wind power rivals GE and Mitsubishi (see, e.g.,
previous posts here and here ).
While that legal battle spans multiple venues, encompasses several
different patents, and includes many patent and antitrust...
In addition to the high legal fees and exposure to potentially hefty
damages payouts that accompany allegations of intellectual property
infringement, such lawsuits can also be dark clouds over defendants,
hampering their ability to do business.
A salient example of this in clean tech is the...
In a previous post , I discussed the IP litigation in China between American Superconductor (AMSC) and Chinese wind energy system maker Sinovel .
The dispute centers on allegations that Sinovel misappropriated AMSC's software code for controlling wind turbines and power converters.
A previous post discussed Mitsubishi's patent infringement action against GE in which the Japanese conglomerate fought back against multiple infringement suits (see, e.g., here and here ) brought against it by GE.
Mitsubishi's Complaint , filed in the Middle District of Florida, accused GE...