Arlington Industries’ Patent Litigation Suit Against Hubbell

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March 3, 2020

Arlington Industries has announced an amicable resolution of Arlington’s patent infringement lawsuit against Defendant Hubbell Incorporated. Arlington’s suit alleged that Hubbell’s Raco 38RAC and 40RAC Push-In cable connectors infringed Arlington’s patent on its SNAP2IT® 38AST and 40AST connectors.

Both parties respect intellectual property rights and Hubbell has redesigned its components to avoid any potential for overlap with Arlington’s unexpired patent. In order to amicably resolve this matter, Hubbell has agreed to compensate Arlington for this issue without admitting any fault. The specifics of the settlement agreement remain confidential.


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