October 28, 2016 12:10 PM ET

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Company Overview of Inguran, LLC

Company Overview

Inguran, LLC, doing business as Sexing Technologies Inc., engages in the production of sexed sorted semen in the United States and internationally. It offers semen collection services, including semen sorting and housing; in vitro fertilization services; and embryo collection services, such as superovulation, insemination, embryo collection, embryo transfer, and embryo freezing. The company also sells sexed semen and embryo products. In addition, it provides assistance in locating and exporting semen, embryos, and live cattle from the United States. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Navasota, Texas. It operates facilities in Navasota, Texas; Marysville, Ohio; Ithaca, New York; ...

22575 Highway 6 South

Navasota, TX 77868

United States

Founded in 2004





Key Executives for Inguran, LLC

Director of International Sales
Director of ST-Brazil
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Inguran, LLC Key Developments

Genus plc Announces Final Jury Decisions in US Litigation against Inguran LLC

Genus plc, following the announcements on August 8, 2016 week, can now report the final jury verdicts in its litigation against Inguran LLC, operating as Sexing Technologies ('ST'), relating to ABS's Genus Sexed Semen processing technology. At the trial, in the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin where the jury damages verdict was announced late on 12 August, 2016 the jury found that Genus should pay ST an upfront payment of $750,000 and an ongoing royalty of $1.25 per straw on commercialisation of the GSS technology for the use of ST's US patent numbers 8,206,987, and $500,000 upfront and $0.50 per straw royalty for the 8,198,092 patent, both of which had been determined by the jury to be valid and infringed. In respect of ABS's breach of the confidentiality obligations under the 2012 semen sorting agreement between the parties, damages were determined by the jury to be $750,000. In a verdict delivered on 10 August, the jury determined that ABS and Genus had proved that ST had wilfully maintained monopoly power in the market for sexed bovine semen processing in the US since July 2012. The jury also found that Genus had not proved that it had suffered injury to date as a result of ST's wilful maintenance of monopoly power. Following the verdict on wilful maintenance of monopoly power by ST, Genus has now sought an injunction from the court to allow, among other things, ABS to terminate the 2012 semen sorting agreement on ninety days notice and to provide relief from the restrictive provisions under that agreement. Genus plans to commercialise its GSS technology in the US and globally and introduce competition into the market.

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