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For Immediate Release
October 4, 2019

Atlanta, GA.  On September 26, 2019, the United States Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) denied MOSO’s Motion for Reconsideration of PTAB’s Final Decision denying MOSO’s challenge of dasso’s ‘578 Patent used to manufacture dassoXTR Fused Bamboo.  The latest decision from PTAB exhausts any and all remaining legal avenues for Moso to challenge or attempt to invalidate dasso’s ‘578 Patent with PTAB. This ruling is a major blow to Moso, as Moso has repeatedly made representations in the marketplace that dasso’s ‘578 Patent is not valid and, based upon that invalidity, Moso’s infringement of dasso’s ‘578 Patent is lawful and permissible. PTAB disagreed.

Avery Chua, President of dassoUSA, dasso’s exclusive distributor in the U.S., reacted to Moso’s most recent loss by saying, “The decision is a big win for dasso that will significantly influence the litigation dasso has against Moso on its patent infringing activities. The truth of the matter is, reputable developers and architects do not want to associate with bad faith actors in the marketplace. They put their names and reputations at risk when they associate with a company that knowingly infringes on the patent of another and buys product from an unauthorized source, which can result in inferior product flooding the market. The PTAB decision further strengthens the ‘578 Patent in the U.S., as well as the dasso.XTR sister patents in other countries around the world, including China and the European Union. The PTAB decision will be used by dasso to assist in the pursuit against Moso for its continued infringement in other regions of the world. We are satisfied and grateful to PTAB for their careful review, analysis and final rejection of MOSO’s legal challenges of the dassoXTR’s patent.”

Any information or documents concerning the unauthorized and infringing solicitation, sale and distribution of dassoXTR patented Fused Bamboo products in the U.S. market should be sent to info@dassoXTR.com or scott@millshoopeslaw.com.

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Questions regarding this receipt should be directed to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board at 571-272-7822 or e-mail to Trials@uspto.gov.