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Sunday, 22 November 2020

Porsche, Lamborghini, Audi, Volkswagen companies may steal Jaguar's technology, the company's vehicles may be banned in the United States

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Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC has filed a complaint against Porsche, Lamborghini, Audi and Volkswagen in the US seeking a ban on imports of SUVs from these companies. The British company Jaguar said the vehicles were using its patented Tyrann Response technology, which Jaguar did not approve. Indian company Tata Motors bought Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford in June 2008 for 2.3 billion.


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JLR has received a patent for the technology,
Moore said in the filing, adding that these companies are using technology developed by JLR. JLR has received a patent for this technology. 




Audi may also ban
Q8, Q7, Q5, A6 allroad and e-train trains. Have demanded. Jaguar said many other luxury midsize SUVs and compact crossover cars are available to meet demand in the US market if imports of these SUVs are banned.

The International Trade Commission has the power to stop imports. The
It cannot order a refund. But it could ban the import of the product into the US.



The International Trade Commission investigates faster than the court The
owner of patents and trade secrets in the United States prefers the International Trade Commission because it operates faster than the Federal District Code. It completes a normal testing in 15-18 months. 


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Jaguar has also filed a patent lawsuit in federal court. In a patent lawsuit filed
against these companies in federal courts in Delaware and New Jersey, Jaguar has sought compensation for the use of the technology. Legal proceedings filed in court may be temporarily suspended once the Trade Commission's investigation begins.

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