Süd-Chemie rejects CSP Technologies allegations in US

Süd-Chemie rejects CSP Technologies allegations in US

3:19 PM, 10th June 2011
Süd-Chemie rejects CSP Technologies allegations in US
Sud-Chemie headquarters in Munich.


MUNICH, GERMANY: The US company CSP Technologies Inc Auburn, has filed an action against Süd-Chemie and two of its subsidiaries in the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, alleging that Süd-Chemie has infringed a patent for “resealable moisture tight containers for strips and the like.”

CSP has also initiated other proceedings and is apparently seeking publicity regarding its dispute. Süd-Chemie will address CSP’s legal claims through the legal processes that CSP has chosen to initiate.

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