Satco Prevails Again in Ptab IPR Decision

Satco Products, Inc. (“Satco”) is pleased to announce that the Patent Trademark Appeal Board has rendered a decision on an inter partes review (IPR) petition filed by Satco challenging the validity of claims 1 and 2 of U.S. Patent No. 10,644,213 owned by the Regents of the University of California (“Regents”).

The ’213 Patent is closely related to two patents that were invalidated in the 1220 ITC proceeding brought by Regents against Satco. Satco has now successfully challenged and invalidated five patents owned by the Regents (U.S. Patent Nos. 10,644,213; 9,859,464; 10,217,916; 9,240,529; and 7,781,789) via IPRs.

Satco was represented in the IPRs by its long-term counsel, Robert P. Lynn, Jr. of Lynn Gartner Dunne & Frigenti, LLP and by the Greenberg Traurig team consisting of Scott Bornstein, Heath Briggs, Nicholas Brown, Barry J. Schindler, Andrew R. Sommer, Stephen Ullmer, Brian Prew, Julie Bookbinder, and Joshua L. Raskin.

Satco is a prominent manufacturer of lighting products based in Brentwood, New York. It is respectful of valid intellectual property. Satco has, when appropriate, taken the lead in challenging patents that are either invalid, or for which its products do not infringe. Satco believes firmly that its successful challenges are good for the company, its customers, as well as the lighting industry.

Satco Products, Inc., established in 1966, is a privately held New York based company that offers a wide variety of lighting products to an international lighting and electrical market, including LED, incandescent, halogen, fluorescent, HID and energy efficient lamps as well as decorative and functional lighting fixtures sold under the NUVO brand. For more information on SATCO, visit


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