CHANDLER, AZ – Isola USA filed an enforcement complaint against Taiwan Union Technology Corp. with the US International Trade Commission on Aug. 17.
The complaint alleges TUC has violated a Mar. 12, 2009, consent order entered by the USITC that bars TUC from importing and/or selling for importation any products that infringe certain claims of two Isola patents: “Fillers for Improved Epoxy Laminates” and “Talc Particles as Fillers for Improved Epoxy Laminates.”
The complaint alleges TUC has violated the Consent Order by importing and/or selling for importation its TU-862 HF and TU-86P HF products. It requests the USITC institute enforcement proceedings, issue a cease and desist order against TUC and those acting in concert with TUC.
Isola requests the USITC impose sanctions against TUC in an amount of no less than $100,000 per day for each day the consent order was violated.