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January 9th, 2008

Wyatt sues Malvern for US$25 million damages

Abstract:
Wyatt Technology has filed a lawsuit against Malvern Instruments, requesting the US federal court to halt 'further infringement' of Wyatt's copyrighted software and other materials by its competitor.

Wyatt also seeks damages for false advertising by Malvern, which is allegedly using third party test data to promote its Zetasizer Nano systems. Philip Wyatt, chairman and CEO of Wyatt, stated: 'I am particularly surprised and saddened that a subsidiary of so distinguished a British firm would so blatantly ignore US and California laws regarding our protected materials.

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