In Explosive New Complaint, Mitsubishi Alleges GE Defrauded PTO and Abused Litigation Process to Corner Wind Turbine Market

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We've reported in piecemeal fashion about GE's patent infringement litigation campaign against its rival in the wind turbine market. But Mitsubishi is alleging there's nothing piecemeal about GE's conduct: It now claims GE first lied to the PTO to get its wind turbine patents, then deployed those fraudulent patents in a scheme to drive Mitsubishi out of the market.

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