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February 2nd, 2007
Nano-Proprietary Inc. appears to have gained a significant legal victory in a dispute over a carbon nanotube patent.
A federal judge in Illinois has ruled that a company partner cannot gain control of a patent covering electron emissions from carbon nanotubes. U.S. District Court Judge Wayne Anderson granted Nano-Proprietary (Austin, Texas) injunctive relief that prevents partner Till Keesmann from gaining control over the patented technology.
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