Ergotron, Inc., a global movement company that builds environments that help people thrive, announced that it has reached an agreement to resolve a patent infringement dispute against MooreCo, Inc. Pursuant to the agreement and effective immediately, MooreCo, Inc. will cease selling or marketing the accused infringing products.
In exchange for monetary compensation and MooreCo, Inc.’s agreement to cease production and sales of the accused infringing products, Ergotron, Inc. has agreed to not pursue patent infringement litigation.
“We’re pleased with this settlement,” said Chad Severson, chief executive officer at Ergotron. “We’re proud of our products and our innovation and we’ll continue to protect our intellectual property.”
Ergotron, Inc. is a global company focused on improving how people work, learn, play and care for others. Using human-centered design principles and the technology of movement, Ergotron builds solutions that help people thrive in healthcare, education, contract furniture and general office environments. Its custom solutions group develops innovative products for leading global companies in a variety of industries.
Over nearly four decades, the company has earned more than 200 patents and established a growing portfolio of award-winning brands including WorkFit®, CareFit™, LearnFit® and JŪV™. Ergotron is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, with a global sales and marketing presence in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. All products are designed in the United States and produced in Ergotron’s facilities in St. Paul and China.