Lund, 2014-05-15 10:14 CEST (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
Doro has reached a final settlement agreement against the Austrian competitor Emporia, including its German subsidiary, following a lawsuit in Sweden and Germany initiated by Doro in 2011. The lawsuit concerned infringements in Doro’s registered design rights.
The final settlement agreement was reached on May 12, 2014 and contains that Emporia undertakes to cease and desist sales, marketing, advertisement and distribution of infringing products, the TellMe 200 and 210, after a certain period. The settlement also includes damages to Doro. The amount of damages will not be disclosed.
“The protection of all our intellectual property are essential for Doro and we are satisfied that we can effectively enforce our registered design rights, and with it the uniqueness associated with our products and the Doro brand”, comments Jérôme Arnaud, Doro President and CEO.
For more information, please contact:
Jérôme Arnaud, Doro President and CEO, +46 (0) 46 280 50 05
Doro AB is a Swedish public company formed in 1974. It released its pioneering ‘easy-to-use’ mobile phone in 2007 and today is the global market-leader within the category. Doro products and solutions are available in more than thirty countries spanning five continents. These include; mobile phones and smart devices, applications and software, fixed line telephony, telecare and mobile health solutions. Doro removes barriers to adoption of new technologies and holds numerous international awards in recognition of its product designs and innovations. Doro shares are quoted on the Nasdaq OMX Stockholm exchange, Nordic List, Small Companies. Net sales of SEK 1,142.5 million (EUR 128.9 million) were reported for 2013. www.doro.com