BLINDER Patented & Copyright Information

Licensing Opportunities

BLINDER International’s laser jammer technology is patented in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Israel.You are here by expressly informed of BLINDER International’s patent rights, with the consequence that any and all possible infringements of these rights by you, shall be considered to have been made knowingly and in bad faith.BLINDER International shall, if necessary, persistently enforce its patent rights during legal action. Resorting to legal actions shall, however, be the last resort in order to safeguard BLINDER International’s comprehensive investments in relation to the development of our patented laser jammer technology. BLINDER International encourages companies desiring to use BLINDER International’s superior technology, to enter into mutually beneficial business licensing agreements. Manufacturers of laser jammers using BLINDER International’s technology are therefore strongly urged to contact BLINDER International in order to explore the possibility of entering into license agreements, and there by safeguarding your development and marketing investment, and also protect your distributors from inadvertently being involved in a costly patent litigation.

If you have any questions regarding BLINDER International’s patent rights or licensing opportunities please do not hesitate to contact BLINDER International by e-mail .

 


US Patent Letter

 

South African Patent Lettersales@blinder.dk.

 

New Zealand Patent Letter
EU Patent Letter

 

AU Patent Letter

AU Patent Letter

 

 

Israel Patent Letter
Israel Patent Letter

 

EU Patent Letter
EU Patent Letter

 

LATEST NEWS

Settlement of patent dispute with Laser Interceptor USA.

BLINDER International and Laser Interceptor USA have definitively amicably resolved their dispute in relation to BLINDER International’s US patent 6,833,910, which patent is valid and in force until its expiration in December 2024. The content of the settlement agreement is confidential.

The court case was initiated on 25 August 2009 by BLINDER International in the United States District Court – Middle District of Florida, as part of our overall patent enforcement strategy. CEO of Blinder International, Torben B√łgh-Andersen states as follows:

Although the content of the settlement agreement with Laser Interceptor USA is strictly confidential, I would like to take this opportunity to communicate BLINDER International’s patent enforcement strategy in general terms: BLINDER International’s laser jammer technology is patented in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Israel.

Over recent years, it has come to BLINDER International’s attention that many of the laser jammers manufactured and offered for sale on the market today are infringing BLINDER International’s patent rights. This has been unambiguously confirmed by independent testing and evaluation by experts retained by BLINDER International.

BLINDER International has today given instructions to our solicitors to initiated preliminary legal action against a number of manufacturers and distributors of laser jammers in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe and Asia.

BLINDER International shall persistently and vigorously enforce its patents rights, in order to safeguard BLINDER International’s comprehensive development investments in this proprietary patented laser jamming technology.

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