Motile Optics v. Apex Digital 6:15-cv-0177-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics v. Digital Products International 6:15-cv-01178-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics v. Haier America Trading 6:15-cv-01179-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics, LLC v. Haier America Trading 6:15-cv-01179-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics, LLC v. Lanzer Holdings, LLC 6:15-cv-01180-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics, LLC v. Mica Electronics Corporation DBA VocoPro 6:15-cv-01181-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics, LLC v. Universal Electronics, Inc. 6:15-cv-01182-RWS-JDL
Motile Optics, LLC v. TMI Products, Inc. 6:15-cv-01183-RWS-JDL
The plaintiff is a Tyler company and is owner of patent No. 6,047,223 (the ‘223 Patent), entitled “Electronic computer having a magneto-optic unit,” which was duly and legally issued on April 4, 2000, by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The plaintiff seeks a judgment stating that the defendants infringed on the ‘223 patent and seeks damages for the infringement.
California attorney Rasheed McWilliams represents the plaintiff
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Avaya Inc. 6:15-cv-01168-JRG
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Shoretel, Inc. 6:15-cv-01169-JRG
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Cisco Systems, Inc. 6:15-cv-01175-JRG
The plaintiff is a Plano company.
Uniloc Luxembourg is the owner, by assignment, of U.S. Patent No. 7,804,948 (the ‘948 Patent), entitled “SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INITIATING A CONFERENCE CALL” that issued on Sept. 28, 2010.
The complaints state that Uniloc USA is the exclusive licensee of the ‘948 Patent with ownership of all substantial rights therein, including the right to grant sublicenses, to exclude others, and to enforce, sue and recover past damages for the infringement thereof.
Plano attorney Craig Tadlock represents the plaintiff.