Canon announces litigation results with Nano-Proprietary involving SED

Canon announced recently the trial of the case brought against it by Nano-Proprietary relating to flat-panel SED (surface-conduction electron-emitter display) TVs concluded on May 3, 2007 in Austin, Texas. Nano-Proprietary's fraud claims against Canon were dismissed and the jury returned a verdict that Nano-Proprietary had sustained no damages. All claims against Canon US were also dismissed.

Canon intends to appeal the court's previous determination that Canon had breached the patent license agreement between the companies, terminating that agreement and allowing Nano-Proprietary to retain the original US$5.5 million purchase price for that license.

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marison4492d ago

Color, contrast and black levels of CRT in a thin screen. Almost a dream!

marison4492d ago (Edited 4492d ago )

I think no, but not a big no!