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ErgoSafe AB has recently won a lawsuit against the Swedish company AK Fönster & Dörr Sverige AB, dealer to the Polish competitor Wind-Dam, for marketing Wind-Dams product “Wind-Dam System”/ “Wind-dam Balustrade” in Sweden.

The Swedish Patents and Market Court of Appeal has unanimously, in a decision concerning a preliminary injunction ruled in favor of ErgoSafe in the legal proceedings against Wind-Dam’s dealer AK Fönster. The court ruled that the Polish product has infringed ErgoSafe’s registered EU-design, which applies to the height-adjustable glass balustrade ClickitUp. This product has been the subject of copying and illegal sale on the European market for several years, despite repeated warnings from ErgoSafe about infringement of their intellectual property rights.

Fredrik Johansson, CEO of ErgoSafe, expressed his satisfaction with the outcome and emphasized the great importance of this win for the company. He underlined that the ruling against Wind-Dam’s dealer will enable ErgoSafe to protect its product from illegal copies throughout the European market.

This legal success is not only a win for ErgoSafe, but it also shows that it is worth investing money in your own innovations and protecting them. It sends a strong signal to the market that imitating or copying protected products, without permission, is unacceptable and will lead to legal consequences.
ErgoSafe will now be able to continue developing and market ClickitUp, strengthening their position as a leading producer of height adjustable glass balustrades.