News | July 02, 2007

Fovia Settles Litigation with TeraRecon

July 3, 2007 - TeraRecon, Inc. announced that Fovia and certain persons now or previously associated with it agreed to pay undisclosed but significant sums, including royalty payments relating to past activities and royalties on future activities to TeraRecon, to settle a lawsuit pertaining to 3-D imaging technology filed by TeraRecon against Fovia and certain employees in October of 2005.

TeraRecon alleged in their suit that Fovia had developed their business with certain misappropriated trade secrets including business plans and computer source code. The settlement also requires Fovia to take a license for certain intellectual property belonging to TeraRecon, and Fovia promises not to assert any claims against TeraRecon regarding certain intellectual property.

Commenting on the settlement, Motoaki Saito, M.D., chief executive officer of TeraRecon, said, “We are pleased that the parties have been able to resolve this dispute in a way that demonstrates TeraRecon’s commitment to defending its rights under trade secret and other laws, and thereby protecting the investment of its shareholders and employees.”

For more information: www.terarecon.com

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