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February 5th, 2007
Nano Proprietary Inc. (NPI), a holder of IP patents related to developing carbon nanotube TVs (CNTV), had a major court decision go in it favor in an ongoing lawsuit with one of its partners.
The lawsuit involves the Keesman Patent, which pertains to electron emissions from carbon nanotubes for use in CNTVs. In March 2006, the eponymous Keesman sought to terminate an exclusive license that he had granted to NPI in 2000 to sublicense the patents to third parties.
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