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Varidesk Achieves Multiple Wins in Patent Lawsuit

Active workspace solutions provider Varidesk has successfully argued its case of patent infringement against several companies, removing them from a patent infringement lawsuit.

Varidesk brought the lawsuit to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in July 2018 to protect the design of its patented height-adjustable standing desk.

"This is a tremendous success for our patent rights and we remain vigilant in fighting to protect our intellectual property," said Craig Storey, CFO. "We are innovators at our core and will continue to provide our fans with unique, flexible, high-quality products."

In its complaint, Varidesk asserted four U.S. Patents and named 31 companies as infringers. The company is seeking a General Exclusion Order to prevent the importation of all infringing products into the United States.  

LaMountain Group International LLC has stipulated to a consent order in which it agreed not to import or sell infringing products. Thus far, Varidesk has also resolved its dispute with Venditio Group LLC, OmniMax USA, LLC, Jiangsu Omni Industrial Co., Ltd., Knape & Vogt Manufacturing Co. and Wuppessen, Inc. pursuant to license agreements.

As the case proceeds, 24 companies remain accused of infringement. Full details of the filings can be found on the ITC website.



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