International Business Times

Blackbird Technologies, a company dedicated to helping independent inventors and small companies realize value from their patents, has settled a patent infringement lawsuit with Stanley Black & Decker over accessories for cordless power tool battery packs.

BOSTON (PRWEB) November 17, 2017

Blackbird Technologies has settled a patent infringement lawsuit related to cordless power tool battery pack accessories.

In April 2017, Blackbird Technologies initiated an action against Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. and products sold under its DEWALT and Porter-Cable brands in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware (17-cv-487). The patent at issue is U.S. Patent No. 9,620,989 and covers rechargeable battery accessories for cordless power tools. Earlier this month, the parties settled the case.

“It’s very gratifying to have helped the inventor in this case realize the potential of the many innovative contributions he’s made to this field,” said David Gerasimow, Senior Litigation Counsel at Blackbird Technologies.

Wendy Verlander, President and CEO of Blackbird Technologies, said, “The inventor of this patent invested significant time and resources to develop this widely used technology. We are thrilled to be able to help him see well-deserved value for his efforts.”

About Blackbird Technologies

Blackbird Technologies provides a unique opportunity for individual inventors and small companies to realize the value of their patents. By using in-house expertise, rather than expensive law firms, Blackbird Technologies is able to litigate at reduced costs and achieve results that equal or exceed what a law firm would recover. This company creates efficiencies that make it possible for individual inventors and small companies to see the end game – realizing the true value of their patents.

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