Maxwell and Nesscap settle their patent dispute

On May 5, ultracapacitor developers Maxwell Technologies and Nesscap announced that together they had agreed to settle the patent infringement lawsuits that each company had filed against the other, lawsuits which we have previously discussed on many occasions (most recently in the December 12, 2007...

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