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Injunction Denied Against Bamboo Decking Producer

A U.S. Court judge has denied Dasso International’s motion seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent competitor MOSO International from selling compressed bamboo decking.

A U.S. Court judge has denied Dasso International’s motion seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent competitor MOSO International from selling compressed bamboo decking.

According to the ruling, the plaintiff was unable to establish proof of irreparable harm or evidence of wrong-doing. Dasso made claims of irreparable harm in four areas, including loss of goodwill and disparaging statements. The motion for preliminary injunction was filed over a year after the original infringement complaint was filed.

“It’s always good when the truth comes out,” said MOSO North America CEO Brett Kelly. “Their assertions are baseless and, in the end, we know that the court will again agree with us.”

MOSO founder Arjen Veltman added, “Although the suit continues to be a nuisance, our MOSO North America team continue to grow our brand.”

 

 

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