Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

John Suayan Feb. 15, 2016, 10:26am


MARSHALL DIVISION

Feb. 8

Neurovision Medical Products, Inc. v. Medtronic Public Limited Company et al 2:16-cv-00127-JRG-RSP

The plaintiff Neurovision has pursued legal action in response to alleged infringement of United States Patent Numbers 8,467,844 and 8,634,894.

According to court papers, the patents in question were of “inventions representing the culmination of a lifetime (approx. 1973-2016) of research and development in a focused technical area by 69-year old engineer-turned-surgeon Dr. James Rea.”

Neurovision seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

It is represented by attorneys Benjamin T. Wang, Adam S. Hoffman, Marc A. Fenster, C. Jay Chung, Amit Argawal and Christian Conkle of the law firm Russ August & Kabat in Los Angeles.

Feb. 10

Customedia Technologies, L.L.C. v. Dish Network Corporation et al 2:16-cv-00129-JRG

The plaintiff Customedia asserts ownership of U.S. Patent Nos. 8,719,090; 9,053,494; 7,840,437 and 8,955,029, having brought suit to curb supposed infringement.

It seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

Customedia is represented by attorneys Raymond W. Mort, III, Robert H. Baker and Daniel R. Scardino of the law firm Reed & Scardino LLP in Austin.

SHERMAN DIVISION

Feb. 10

Z Produx, Inc. v. TKB Trading, LLC et al 4:16-cv-00106-RC

Van Nuys, Calif.-based Z Produx is the plaintiff.

It asserts that U.S. Patent No. D642,743 had been infringed upon, claiming “the defendants have been at no time, either expressly or impliedly, licensed under the ‘743 patent.”

Consequently, the complainant seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

Attorney Robert D. Katz of the law firm Katz PLLC in Dallas is representing Z Produx.

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