SOURCE: Cooley Manion Jones
BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Oct 22, 2012) - Cooley Manion Jones LLP, on behalf of their client Wrapsol, LLC, are pleased to announce that on June 13, 2012, the United States District Courts for the Central District of California and the District of Utah issued orders granting a stipulation of dismissal of all claims between ZAGG Intellectual Property Holding Co., Inc. ("ZAGG") and Wrapsol, LLC, ("Wrapsol") with prejudice. ZAGG had commenced an action against Wrapsol in the Central District of California alleging that Wrapsol's Original screen-protector products infringed United States Patent No. 7,389,869. ZAGG subsequently commenced an action against Wrapsol in the District of Utah alleging that Wrapsol's Ultra, Original, Ultra Hybrid, and Original Clean screen-protector products infringed United States Patent No. 7,957,524. ZAGG stipulated to the dismissal with prejudice of all such claims. As of June 12, 2012, none of Wrapsol's products are subject to patent infringement litigation, or litigation of any kind.
About Wrapsol, LLC
Wrapsol, LLC is a leading maker of protective adhesive solutions for today's most popular consumer electronics devices and mobile phone handsets including: the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; MacBook notebooks; BlackBerry, Samsung, Nokia and Motorola phones; HTC and other Android-based phones; Sony and Asus netbook computers; the Amazon Kindle e-reader; the Sony PSP, Sony PSP Go and Nintendo DSi gaming systems, and more. All Wrapsol films are precision cut to the device they cover for a glove-like fit that won't change the look or lines of the device. Committed to community and the environment, all Wrapsol device protection systems are engineered, manufactured and packaged at its Massachusetts headquarters and come in 100% recyclable packaging. More information about Wrapsol and its product lines can be found at www.wrapsol.com.
Note to Editors
Please direct any questions regarding this lawsuit to Wrapsol's counsel, Jennifer Furey or Tony Miele of Cooley Manion Jones LLP at 617-737-3100. More information regarding CMJ's Intellectual Property Litigation Practice can be found at www.cmjlaw.com.