Principal Lighting Group and SloanLED Resolve Patent Dispute


Principal Lighting Group (PLG) and SloanLED are pleased to announce that they have resolved their dispute over PLG’s allegations that SloanLED’s PrismBEAM products infringe PLG’s U.S. Patent Nos. 9,311,835, 9,851,054, and 10,024,501.


As part of their agreement, SloanLED has redesigned the extrusion for its PrismBEAM product in view of the ’054 and ’501 Patents and will license the technology covered by the ’835 Patent.


Both PLG and SloanLED respect intellectual property rights and will continue to protect their respective intellectual property rights.


PLG filed its lawsuit against SloanLED in federal court in the Central District of California (Case No. 2:18-cv-06449). PLG’s ’054 and ’501 Patents are entitled “Universal Lamp Support” and can be found here: USPN9851054;  USPN10024501. The ’835 Patent, also owned by PLG, is entitled “Lighting Mount For Interior-Lighted Signage And Method Of Retrofitting A Lighted Sign” and can be found here: USPN9311835.