Honigman LLP secures victory at the International Trade Commission on behalf of client KUB Technologies, Inc.
Honigman LLP is pleased to report a victory at the International Trade Commission (ITC) on behalf of client KUB Technologies, Inc (“KUBTEC”). In ITC Investigation No. 337-TA-1348, In the Matter of Certain Cabinet X-Ray and Optical Camera Systems and Components Thereof, KUBTEC alleged violations of Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 by various Chinese manufacturers and a U.S.-based distributor for importing for sale into the United States various intra-operative specimen radiography machines believed to infringe KUBTEC’s U.S. Patent No. 10,670,545. U.S.-based KUBTEC is a leading manufacturer of intra-operative specimen radiography machines, such as the MOZART® and XPERT® 40 Systems, used in breast cancer surgeries.
KUBTEC’s MOZART® Specimen Tomosynthesis System
Shortly after the investigation was instituted, all accused parties filed consent orders agreeing to cease the conduct giving rise to the action, resulting in a Final Determination terminating the proceeding. KUBTEC was represented by Honigman attorneys Scott Barnett, Bea Swedlow, Leigh Taggart, Vikram Mathrani, David Thomas, Latifa Dabaja, Jenna Saunders, and David Roulo.