Primos, eTAGZ ‘amicably resolve’ patent dispute
by MBJ Staff
Published: January 23,2012
FLORA — Primos Inc. and eTAGZ have reached a settlement in its patent infringement case, according to eTAGZ.
Salt Lake City, Utah-based eTAGZ reports it sued sued Primos Inc., a company based in Flora that sells hunting-related products, for patent infringement in Jan. 2011. Primos denied the claims.
In October 2011 eTAGZ “amicably resolved” its dispute with Primos to the “parties’ mutual satisfaction.”
“Good corporate citizens like Primos are companies we’d much rather work with than litigate against,” said Isaac Jacobson, CEO of eTAGZ.
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