San Francisco — Waters has won an appeal in a German court on a case brought by Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies alleging that a pump technology used in Waters' Alliance HPLC and LC/MS product lines infringes on their European patents.

Hewlett-Packard filed patent infringement suits against Waters in Germany, France, and the UK, and prevailed in the suits, which Waters then appealed. The appeals in France and the UK are still in process.

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