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Nichia Wins Against WOFI

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Everlight subsidiary WOFI withdraws appeal in Germany concerning Nichia YAG patent

WOFI Leuchten Wortmann & Filz GmbH has completely withdrawn its appeal against the judgment of the Düsseldorf District Court concerning infringement of Nichia's YAG patent EP 936 682 (DE 697 02 929).

WOFI is a manufacturer of residential lighting products and a German subsidiary of Taiwanese LED manufacturer Everlight Electronics.

The judgment of the District Court has become final, according to Nichia.

The infringement of Nichia's YAG patent by WOFI covers twelve white LED products of WOFI, namely Orbit / Serie 946 - Art. No. 4946.04.01.0000, Mercur / Serie 313 - Art. No. 4313.01.01.0000, Laurids / Serie 889 - Art. No. 4889.01.64.0000, Avignon / Serie 275 - Art. No. 4275.01.64.0000, Vannes / Serie 625 - Art. No. 8625.01.01.0000, Reims / Serie 272 - Art. No. 9272.09.01.0000, Luz / Serie 682 - Art. No. 8682.01.01.0000, Louvre / Serie 825 - Art. No. 8825.01.54.0000, Style / Serie 922 - Art. No. 6922.03.01.0000, Antibes / Serie 792 - Art. No. 7792.06.01.0000, Benett / Serie 557 - Art. No. 9557.08.01.0000 and Napa / Serie 666 - Art. No. 9666.04.64.0000.


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