The Textile Effects division of Huntsman Corp. said the Supreme People’s Court of China has rejected Shanghai Colva Dyestuff Industry Co. Ltd.’s request for a retrial of the patent infringement claim brought by Huntsman.
In earlier decisions, the Shanghai Intermediate People’s Court and the Shanghai High People’s Court ruled that Colva had infringed on Huntsman’s Chinese patent by manufacturing and selling Colvazol Super Black LC-G and Colvazol Super Black LC-R. With the Supreme People’s Court’s decision, Huntsman said it has reached the final resolution of the patent infringement action against Colva.
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