View Files Countersuit Against Sage Electrochromics

View Inc., a leading manufacturer of electrochromic glass, responded this week to a complaint filed against the company by Sage Electrochromics, Inc.

View answered the complaint by asserting that Sage’s patents are invalid and are not infringed by View.  

View intends to defend its rights in the litigation and does not believe it is liable to Sage for infringement of any valid claim of any patent. View has also filed a counterclaim alleging that Sage infringes View’s U.S. Patent No. 8,243,357, entitled “Fabrication of Low Defectivity Electrochromic Devices.” View seeks damages and injunctive relief for the infringement of its patent. View has retained outside counsel at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP to represent the company in the case.   

About View

View Inc. manufactures View Dynamic Glass, an intelligent glass system for buildings. View Dynamic Glass incorporates user preferences and intelligently adjusts the condition of the glass, allowing unparalleled control over the amount of light and heat that enters a building. Because View Dynamic Glass eliminates the need for blinds, shades, or other obstructive window treatments, it enables those indoors to experience inspiring views and increased natural light. Delivering vastly improved energy efficiency, View Dynamic Glass alleviates the HVAC burden typically associated with glass facades, windows, and skylights—offering architects and homebuilders unprecedented design freedom. Founded on the belief that an unrestricted view is the catalyst for great things, View inspires people to see possibility, everywhere. View is headquartered in Milpitas, Calif., with high-volume manufacturing facilities in Olive Branch, Miss. For more information, visit

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