HEO3 Commences Third 222 nm UV Technology Patent Suit, This Time Against Eden Park Illumination, Inc.
High Energy Ozone LLC d/b/a Far-UV Sterilray (commonly known as HEO3) dispatched its team of lawyers from King & Spalding LLP to sue Eden Park Illumination, Inc. , last week for allegedly infringing on the sterilization technology described in U.S. Patent Nos. 8,975,605 and 9,700,642. High Energy wants Eden Park to stop manufacturing and selling its thin 222 nm UV lamps described as “a way to rapidly kill dangerous virus cells and disinfect densely populated spaces” because that allegedly infringes on HEO3’s patented technology. A copy of HEO3’s Complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District…
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