Hymmen wins digital printing patent infringement litigation against Barberán
November 29, 2021 | 10:43 am CST
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Patent on Hymmen's digital printing flooring technology has been approved.

BIELEFELD, Germany - Hymmen Germany, a global digital printing systems provider, announced Nov. 25 that it had won a digital printing patent infringement litigation against Barberán S.A. 

The Court of Düsseldorf, Germany, found Hymmen’s digital printing patent (EP2313281) to be infringed by Barberán. Prior to this decision, the European Patent Office had also confirmed the validity of the patent during opposition proceedings, the company says. 

As a result of the Court’s  first instance decision, Barberán has been forbidden to offer and sell the “Jetmaster” series and any other infringing digital printing equipment using Hymmen’s patented technology in Germany.

According to Hymmen, this is an important victory that confirms the strength of Hymmen’s patented technology. Hymmen continues to undertake the appropriate legal action against all infringements to safeguard its groundbreaking digital printing and digital embossing technologies patents and technologies around the world.

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