SAGE Electrochromics has filed a lawsuit against View, Inc. with regards to a patent infringement, and is seeking damages and injunctive relief to prevent View from continuing to infringe on SAGE’s intellectual property.
The nature of the lawsuit is a complaint for patent infringement involving US Patent #5,724,177 entitled 'Electrochromic Devices and Methods' and US Patent #7,372,610 entitled 'Electrochromic Devices and Methods'. SAGE is seeking damages and injunctive relief to prevent View, Inc. from continuing to infringe on SAGE’s intellectual property.
“We filed this lawsuit to enforce our patented intellectual property that protects our substantial investment in developing our pioneering, game-changing dynamic glass technology,” said John Van Dine, CEO, founder of SAGE, and co-inventor of the ’177 patent. “We have worked for more than 20 years to bring our patented electrochromic glass to market. Our hundreds of installed projects and delighted customers validate our research and intellectual property. We believe we will prevail in this important case. We look forward to continuing our long heritage of bringing innovations in dynamic glass to our global clients.”