John Suayan Aug. 22, 2016, 9:41am


MARSHALL DIVISION

Aug. 15

Concinnitas, LLC et al v. Zubie, Inc. 2:16-cv-00899-JRG-RSP

Concinnitas, LLC et al v. Skyroam, Inc. 2:16-cv-00900-JRG-RSP

Concinnitas, LLC et al v. Motorola Mobility LLC 2:16-cv-00901-JRG-RSP

The plaintiff Concinnitas is based in Marshall.

It has pursued legal action in response to what it asserts is infringement of United States Patent Number 7,805,542.

The ‘542 patent, which is entitled “Mobile United Attached in a Mobile Environment That Fully Restricts Access to Data Received via Wireless Signal to a Separate Computer in the Mobile Environment,” was issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on Sept. 28, 2010.

Per court papers, the subject patent lists George W. Hindman is the inventor of the ’542 patent and the owner by assignment.

Concinnitas seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

Attorneys Hao Ni, Timothy T. Wang, Neal G. Massand, Stevenson Moore V, and Krystal L. McCool of the law firm Ni, Wang & Massand, PLLC in Dallas are representing the complainant.

Meraloc, LLC v. At Home Stores LLC 2:16-cv-00902-RWS-RSP

Meraloc, LLC v. Harbor Freight Tools USA, Inc. 2:16-cv-00903-RWS-RSP

Meraloc, LLC v. Lowe's Companies, Inc. 2:16-cv-00904-RWS-RSP

Meraloc, LLC v. Nordstrom, Inc. 2:16-cv-00905-RWS-RSP

Meraloc, LLC v. Safeway, Inc., d/b/a Tom Thumb 2:16-cv-00907-RWS-RSP

Plano-based Meraloc is the plaintiff.

It claims that U.S. Patent No. 7,451,262 was infringed upon and has invoked its right to sue.

The ‘262 patent, which is entitled “Removable Memory Storage Device Having a Display” was issued on Nov. 11, 2008.

According to recent court documents, Meraloc owns the patent in question and contains four independent claims and seventeen dependent claims.

The invention claimed in the ‘262 patent comprises a removable memory storage device having a display, they add.

The complainant seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

It is represented by attorneys Eugenio J. Torres-Oyola and Jean G. Vidal Font of the law firm Ferraiuoli LLC in San Juan, PR.

Aug. 18

Wearable Computing LLC v. GoPro, Inc. 2:16-cv-00918-RWS

Wearable Computing LLC v. C&A IP Holdings, LLC 2:16-cv-00919-RWS

Wearable Computing LLC v. S. Bower, Inc. 2:16-cv-00920-RWS

Wearable Computing LLC v. AP Global Inc. 2:16-cv-00921-RWS

The plaintiff Wearable Computing is based in Dallas.

It asserts ownership of U.S. Patent No. 6,184,804, which was issued on Feb. 6, 2001.

Court papers list Shelton E. Harrison as the owner of the ‘804 patent.

Alleging that the patent in question was the target of infringement, Wearing Computing seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

Attorneys Hao Ni, Timothy T. Wang, Neal G. Massand, Stevenson Moore V, and Krystal L. McCool of the law firm Ni, Wang & Massand, PLLC in Dallas are representing the complainant.

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