ArcelorMittal is appealing a recent court ruling that three rival steelmakers did not violate its patent for a special type of aluminum-coated high-strength steel that is made in Northwest Indiana for the auto industry.
A federal appellate court set aside a lower court's jury verdict Friday that partly invalidated a patent ArcelorMittal held on a type of steel product produced in Indiana that has automotive industry applications.
One Indiana senator said he was pleased with a recent decision from the U.S. Department of Energy to end a conditional loan commitment to steel producer Severstal.
Indiana Sen. Dan Coats is one of two legislators who want the Department of Energy to explain why it awarded a $730 million loan to a steelmaker to retool a facility producing steel products already on the market.
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