Luxshare Precision: The 337 investigations in the United States have all been concluded

Luxshare Precision today released an announcement on the final ruling of the US International Trade Commission's 337 investigations into the company. On December 18, 2020, Amphenol Group filed an investigation application with the U.S. International Trade Commission (hereinafter referred to as “ITC”) in accordance with Section 337 of the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930 (hereinafter referred to as the “337 Investigation”). The Section 337 investigation involves three US patents, involving conductive plastic technology and terminal horizontal injection molding technology.

On September 9, 2022, according to the ITC's final ruling learned by Luxshare Precision, the ITC confirmed the preliminary ruling and terminated the investigation, that is, only a few of the company's previous-generation products directly exported to the United States fell into one of the claims claimed by Amphenol Group. As part of the scope of patent protection, the previous generation product has not been exported to the United States before, and the current product has been replaced by the current version; the other two alleged products involved in the US patent, ITC confirms that the company does not constitute infringement or Amphenol The patent claims asserted by the group are invalid. The current designs/schemes proposed by the company have been re-confirmed by ITC that they do not constitute any infringement of the three patents.

So far, Luxshare's involvement in this Section 337 investigation has all been concluded and has not had a substantial impact on the company's production and operation.

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