For Immediate Release
Nov. 07, 2017
dasso Group, the global innovator of moso bamboo products, has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Delaware, USA, against Moso North America for patent infringement of its patented Fused Bamboo product, which is sold in the United States under the dasso.XTR brand. In addition to patent infringement, dasso Group has also brought claims against Moso North America, Inc. for tortious interference with a contract and violation of Delaware’s Deceptive Trade Practices Act. Easoon USA, LLC is also listed as a plaintiff in the lawsuit against Moso North America, Inc., as dasso Group’s exclusive distributor of Fued Bamboo product in the United States. The case style is Dasso International, Inc. and Easoon USA, LLC v. Moso North America, Inc., in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-01574.
According to the lawsuit, dasso Group has learned that several former employees and its European distributor, Moso International BV, headquartered in the Netherlands, are involved and directly linked to the intentional infringement of dasso Group’s U.S. Patent in violation of the U.S. Patent Act. Further, details of the allegations against Moso North America, Inc., including dasso Group’s former employees and Moso International BV, were released in a previous press release.
dasso Group is represented by Richards, Layton & Finder, P.A. in Delaware and Scott R. Hoopes, Esq. and the law firm of Mills & Hoopes, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Any information or documents concerning the unauthorized and infringing solicitation, sale and distribution of dasso Group’s patented Fused Bamboo products in the U.S. market by Moso International BV, Moso North America, Inc., Brett Kelly, Steve Osterman and Mark Clifton, including bamboo product being sold and distributed as Moso Bamboo X-treme or Bamboo X-treme, should be sent to info@dassoGroup.com or email@example.com.