Marshall Division

March 24

  • Ring Technology Enterprises of Texas LLC v. Add-on Computer Peripherals LLC et al

    Plaintiff Ring Technology Enterprises is a Texas limited liability company located in Tyler.

    The plaintiff alleges that the defendants are willfully infringing on U.S. Patent No. 6,879,526 issued on April 12, 2005 for Methods and Apparatus for Improved Memory Access.

    The defendants are Add-on Computer Peripherals LLC doing business as ACP-EP Memory, Actica Inc., Apacer Memory America Inc., Apacer Technology Inc., ATP Electronics Inc., Actiontec Electronics Inc., Avant Technology Inc., ACI Group LLC doing business as Avant North America, Axiom Memory Solutions LLC, Buffalo Technology (USA) Inc., Buffalo Inc., Melco Holdings Inc., Centon Electronics Inc., Corsair Memory Inc., Dataram Corp., Edge Tech Corp., Upgradedetect Inc. doing business as Goldenram, Hynix Semiconductor Inc., Hynix Semiconductor America Inc., Infineon Technologies AG, Infineon Technologies North America Corp. and Legacy Electronics Inc.

    Also Legend Corporate Services PTY Limited, Legend Corporation Limited, Lenovo (United States) Inc. doing business as Lenovo International, Lenovo Group Limited doing business as Legend, Mitechs Inc., Mushkin Inc. doing business as Enhanced Network Systems, Mushkin Enhanced and Mushkin Enhanced Memory, NEC Electronics America Inc., NEC Corp., Netlist Inc., Qimonda AG, Qimonda North America Corp., Ramaxel Technology Limited, Ramaxel Technology (Shenzhen) Limited, Super Talent Technology Corp., Swissbit AG, Swissbit NA Inc., Transcend Information Inc., TwinMos Technologies Inc., Unigen Corp. and Wintec Industries Inc.

    The plaintiff is seeking an injunction enjoining defendants from continued infringement, an award of damages, costs, expenses, interest, enhanced damages, and attorneys' fees.
    Jury trial is demanded.

    Longview attorney Andrew W. Spangler of Spangler Law P.C. and Los Angeles attorney Marc A. Fenster of Russ, August & Kabat are representing the plaintiff.

    The case has been assigned to U.S. District Judge T. John Ward.

    Case No. 2:10-cv-00104-TJW

    Tyler Division

    March 26

  • The Pacid Group LLC v. Asustek Computer Inc. et al

    The Pacid Group is a Texas limited liability company located in Tyler.

    The defendants are Asustek Computer Inc., Asus Computer International, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Samsung Electronics America Inc., Samsung Telecommunications America LLC, Sony Corp., Sony Corporation of America, Sony Electronics Inc., Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc., Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications (USA) Inc, Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu America Inc., Fujitsu Components America Inc., LG Electronics, LG Electronics U.S.A. Inc. and LG Electronics Mobilecomm U.S.A. Inc.

    Also Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd, G.B.T. Inc., Micro-Star International Co. Ltd., MSI Computer Corp., Motorola Inc., Research in Motion Limited, Research in Motion Corp., Nikon Corp., Nikon Inc., Nikon Americas Inc., Microsoft Corp., Nintendo Co. Ltd., Nintendo of America Inc., HTC Corp., HTC America Inc. and Palm Inc.

    The plaintiff alleges that the defendants are willfully infringing on U.S. Patent No. 5,963,646 issued on Oct. 5, 1999, for Secure Deterministic Encryption, Key Generator System and Method; and U.S. Patent No. 6,049,612 issued on April 11, 2000, for File Encryption Method and System.

    The plaintiff is seeking an injunction enjoining defendants from continued infringement, an award of damages, costs, interest, enhanced damages and attorneys' fees.

    Jury trial is demanded.

    Longview attorney Andrew Spangler of Spangler Law PC, Los Angeles attorney Marc A. Fenster of Russ, August & Kabat and Flint, Mich., attorney Patrick R. Anderson are representing the plaintiff.

    The case has been assigned to U.S. District Judge Leonard E. Davis.

    Case No. 6:10-cv-00108-LED

    March 29

  • Parallel Networks LLC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Co. et al

    Parallel Networks is a Texas limited liability company located in Tyler.

    The defendants are Abercrombie & Fitch Co., Amazon.com Inc., Blockbuster Inc., BMW of North America LLC., Dell Inc., Disney Enterprises Inc., Ebay Inc., Euromarket Designs Inc., Ford Motor Co., The Gap Inc., J.C. Penney Corp. Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Kayak Software Corp., Kmart Corp., Maghound Enterprises Inc., Netflix Inc., Nike Inc., Office Depot Inc., Orbitz LLC, Orbitz Away LLC, Orbitz Worldwide Inc., Orbitz Worldwide LLC, Sears Brands LLC, Sears Holding Corp., Sears Roebuck and Co., Time Inc., Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc., and Volkswagon of America Inc.

    The plaintiff alleges that the defendants are willfully infringing on U.S. Patent No. 6,446,111 issued on Sept. 3, 2002, for a Method and Apparatus for Client-Serve Communications Using a Limited Capability Client Over a Low Speed Communications Network.

    The plaintiff is seeking an injunction enjoining defendants from continued infringement, an award of damages, costs, expenses, interest, enhanced damages, and attorneys' fees.

    Jury trial is demanded.

    Houston attorneys John J. Edmonds, Michael J. Collins and Henry M. Pogorzelski of Collins, Edmonds & Pogorzelski PLLC and Longview attorney Andrew W. Spangler of Spangler Law P.C. are representing the plaintiff.

    The case has been assigned to U.S. District Judge Leonard E. Davis.

    Case No. 6:10-cv-00111-LED

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