MYMAIL, LTD. V. ACER AMERICA CORPORATION ET AL 2:17-cv-00253-JRG-RSP
MYMAIL, LTD. V. KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, U.S.A., INC. ET AL 2:17-cv-00254-JRG-RSP
MYMAIL, LTD. V. NIKON CORPORATION ET AL 2:17-cv-00255-JRG-RSP
MYMAIL, LTD. V. PANTECH CORPORATION ET AL 2:17-cv-00256-JRG-RSP
MYMAIL, LTD. V. TCL CORPORATION ET AL 2:17-cv-00257-JRG-RSP
The plaintiff MyMail is based in Athens.
It has pursued legal action in response to alleged infringement of United States Patent Number 8,732,318.
Recent court papers state that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued the ‘318 patent, entitled “Method of Connecting a User to a Network,” on May 20, 2014.
“The claims of the ‘318 patent cover, inter alia, methods, including associated with computers and computer networks, for obtaining a set of network access information comprising modifying a stored set of network access information using new information downloaded, via the network, to a network access device from an access provider connected to said network; and the network access device re-accessing the network via a given network service provider (NSP) using the modified set of network access information,” they explain.
MyMail seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
It is represented by attorneys John J. Edmonds, Stephen F. Schlather, Shea N. Palavan, Brandon G. Moore, and Eric R. Carr of the law firm Collins, Edmonds, Schlather & Tower, PLLC in Houston.
SMART AUTHENTICATION IP, LLC V. AUTODESK INC 2:17-cv-00277-JRG
SMART AUTHENTICATION IP, LLC V. ETSY, INC. 2:17-cv-00278-JRG
SMART AUTHENTICATION IP, LLC V. DISCOVER FINANCIAL SERVICES ET AL 2:17-cv-00279-JRG
SMART AUTHENTICATION IP, LLC V. CCP HF ET AL 2:17-cv-00280-JRG
Plano-based Smart Authentication is the plaintiff.
It asserts ownership of U.S. Patent No. 8,082,213, claiming it was the target of infringement.
Court documents show that the ‘213 patent, was issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Dec. 20, 2011. The subject patent lists Jarlath Lyons as the inventor.
“The inventions of the ’213 patent generally relate to methods and systems for multifactor authentication of users over multiple communications mediums,” court papers say.
Smart Authentication seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
Attorneys Dmitry Kheyfits and Andrey Belenky of the law firm Kheyfits P.C. in New York City are representing the complainant.