Satco Files Suit Against UC Santa Barbara

November 18, 2019 [addtoany]

Brentwood, NY – November 18, 2019 – Satco Products, Inc. (“Satco”) announces that it has filed suit in the United States District Court of the Eastern District of New York (USDC-EDNY) against The Regents of the University of California at Santa Barbara (“UCSB”) as a result of claim letters  issued to Satco’s customers by counsel to UCSB.

The action brought by Satco seeks a declaration that Satco products, identified in the UCSB claim letters, do not infringe any of the ten patents asserted by UCSB.  A copy of the Satco complaint filed in the EDNY is annexed without exhibits.

Satco aggressively defends its products and seeks to protect its customers from unwarranted claims such as these.

Satco will do what is necessary to defend its products in the future, and looks forward to addressing the merits of these issues in a court of law. Read the full complaint here.

(Editor’s Note:  We published the Satco press release as we received it. We have always capitalized the name SATCO, but in the above paragraph the company does not use all caps, but they do use all caps in the following paragraph.)

About Satco Products, Inc.

SATCO, established in 1966 as a privately held New York based company, manufactures and distributes a wide variety of lighting products to an international lighting and electrical market. Under the SATCO brand (www.satco.com), product categories include LED, incandescent, halogen, fluorescent, HID and energy efficient lamps. SATCO also offers lighting and electrical components for the retail, commercial and manufacturing trade and consumer products such as nightlights, desk lamps, and surge protectors. In June of 2005 SATCO launched a new line of decorative and functional lighting fixtures sold under the NUVO brand (www.nuvolighting.com).

In November of 2008, SATCO acquired the assets and hired key personnel from the Hygrade lamp company and relaunched the Hygrade line of commercial HID and fluorescent lamps under the SATCO umbrella of products.