The Envia lawsuits: A promising battery start-up’s trials and tribulations

Envia Systems, a high-profile lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery start-up (see the May 22, 2013 LRMEJ), has become embroiled in a bitter and revealing set of lawsuits – one filed by a start-up called NanoeXa (see the October 20, 2008 LRMEJ), and another filed by former Envia management. The Superior Co...

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