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Cambria Settles Patent Lawsuit

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN — Cambria Company LLC has filed and settled a patent infringement lawsuit in federal court against Cosmos Granite & Marble, NC, LLC (“Cosmos”), a distributor of quartz surface products. The lawsuit, filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, alleged unauthorized use and sale of Cambria’s patented Brittanicca design, which are prohibited by law.   

As part of the confidential settlement of the lawsuit, Cosmos agreed to stop selling the accused product (Calacatta Savona). 

“We are pleased with the favorable end to this matter, as the settlement underscores the importance of Cambria’s intellectual property position,” said Rebecca Shult, exec. v.p., General Counsel at Cambria. “Defending our intellectual property rights is necessary for Cambria to continue to innovate. We will continue to invest in innovative designs and technology and will vigorously defend those investments.”

“We are pleased with the favorable end to this matter, as the settlement underscores the importance of Cambria’s intellectual property position,” said Rebecca Shult, exec. v.p., General Counsel at Cambria. “Defending our intellectual property rights is necessary for Cambria to continue to innovate. We will continue to invest in innovative designs and technology and will vigorously defend those investments.”

As part of the confidential settlement of the lawsuit, Cosmos agreed to stop selling the accused product (Calacatta Savona). 

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