Posts Tagged ‘Patent Infringement’

XPEL Denies Infringing on 3M’s Patent

Jun 1st, 2016

In a recently filed court document, XPEL responded to 3M’s official complaint alleging that XPEL infringed on 3M’s paint protection film (PPF) patent (‘263 patent). XPEL went point-by-point in response to 3M, systematically denying the allegations. “Denied,” the document reads simply, regarding 3M’s claim that XPEL “has been and is directly infringing at least claim […]

XPEL Granted More Time to Respond to 3M

Apr 27th, 2016

While they’re against each other in court, 3M and XPEL came together on one thing—more time. In a court document filed recently, attorneys from both parties requested a time extension for XPEL to respond to 3M’s complaint of paint protection film patent infringement. The date requested was today, April 27; however, on April 25, a judge […]

3M Sues XPEL Over Patent Infringement

Jan 6th, 2016

The St. Paul, Minn.-based 3M Company has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in federal district court in Minnesota against XPEL Technologies Corporation. The suit alleges that XPEL Technologies Corporation’s XPF paint protection film (PPF) product infringes 3M’s U.S. Patent No. 8,765,263 (`263), which is “a multilayer protective film comprising a first layer, a second layer […]