The manufacturer of textile auxiliaries and dyes, Dystar, has announced its continued commitment to the protection of its global intellectual property portfolio.
The company’s innovation encompasses more than 1,000 patents, trademarks and patent applications worldwide. The need to protect the global intellectual property portfolio has again been demonstrated in a recent incident, where DyStar Singapore Pte. Ltd., Singapore, had to charge 3 former employees who had neglected to protect the company’s intellectual property, and were also under suspicion of having shared proprietary information with the competition.
The publicly available documents on the Code of Conduct and privacy statements, further highlights DyStar’s determination to pursue and investigate potential breaches or infringements of its intellectual property portfolio, including innovations, trade secrets and unauthorized distribution of any confidential materials to anyone or any party whether for commercial or for personal benefit.