May 11, 2021
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Germany’s Supreme Court Rules in Solvay’s Favor on Patent Case With Neo

HANNOVER, Germany–()–On April 6, 2021, Germany’s Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) ruled in Solvay’s favor on a patent invalidation case filed by Neo Chemicals & Oxides (Europe) Ltd. against a patent pertaining to ceric oxide products comprising catalysts for minimizing emissions of the latest generation automotive engines, and catalysts comprising such ceric oxide products.

The appeal case at the German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) reverses an invalidation decision by the Federal Patent Court (Bundespatentgericht) in January 2019 related to the German designation of the patent EP 1 435 338 B1 . This appeal decision is final and conclusive (docket number X ZR 54/19 – BGH).


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