Everlight Refutes Nichia’s Patent Lawsuit Against Mouser

Everlight filed a declaratory judgment action against Nichia Corporation (“Nichia”) for invalidity and non-infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 5,998,925 and 7,531,960 in the U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan in 2012. These two patents are directed to YAG phosphor being used in LEDs and phosphor concentration. The court confirmed that all asserted claims of Nichia’s patents were invalid. Aside from the U.S. court ruling, Everlight has receive favorable rulings in Japan and Taiwan that Nichia’s patents are invalid.

In response to Nichia’s Oct. 13 press release regarding an injunction action against Mouser Electronics Inc. (“Mouser”), Everlight clarified that the company has signed patent cross license agreement with Osram since 2003. Osram later extended the license for white and colored LEDs with Everlight in 2009. According to Everlight, the company applied only Osram’s white LED patent on their products.

EVERLIGHT respects intellectual property rights and will continue to advocate for the interest of its customers and shareholders. 

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