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Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION May 17 2:18-cv-00209-RWS HEALTH WATCH, LLC V. HUAWEI DEVICE USA INC. ET AL

Missouri residents allege SDR Trucking driver failed to keep a proper lookout in Highway 59 crash

MARSHALL – A Missouri couple alleges they sustained property damage and serious injuries when they were struck by a tractor-trailer.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION May 9 2:18-cv-00192-JRG SEMCON IP INC. V. AMAZON.COM, INC.

Urologist denied patient treatment after learning about his lawsuit against his son-in-law, court papers say

MARSHALL – An East Texas urologist denied a paraplegic man service because the latter is a plaintiff in a racial discrimination lawsuit filed against a company owned by the doctor’s son-in-law, according to a federal lawsuit submitted on May 9.

Judge grants additional $5 million to Elbit Systems after $21 million award in patent case

MARSHALL – Evaluating motions for post-trial relief from both the plaintiff and defendant, Judge Robert W. Schroeder of the Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas granted more damages and denied a new trial in a patent infringement case.

Driver seeks damages from Greenleaf Resources over Longview auto accident

MARSHALL – A Daingerfield man alleges an employee with a Mississippi corporation failed to keep a proper lookout and caused a collision in Longview.

Tyler man's court documents allege age discrimination, wrongful termination against Delek Refining

MARSHALL – Tyler resident William Clover has brought an age discrimination lawsuit against his former employer, Delek Refining, Ltd.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Apr. 30 2:18-cv-00174-RWS-RSP ECEIPT LLC V. ACADEMY, LTD.

Gilstrap grants partial new trial to Google in patent infringement suit

MARSHALL – Google has been granted partial post-trial relief in a patent infringement suit over malicious software protection for computer systems.

Woman alleges age was a factor in her termination from Region IV ESC

MARSHALL – A Winona woman alleges she was terminated from her job as a family service worker because of her age.

Recent patent infringement cases filed on the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Apr. 23 2:18-cv-00161-JRG AM RESEARCH GROUP, LLC V. BALMORAL OFFSHORE, INC.

Motorist alleges Ameri-Co Carriers driver's negligence caused U.S. Highway 271 collision

MARSHALL – A motorist is seeking damages from a Florida man and his Nebraska employer over a collision in Titus County.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Apr. 16 2:18-cv-00148-JRG ULTRAVISION TECHNOLOGIES, LLC V. CREATELED ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. ET AL

Motorcycle rider alleges International Paper Co. driver turned into path, caused collision

MARSHALL – An Arkansas man alleges a logging truck driven by an Atlanta, Texas man turned into his path and caused a collision.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Apr. 9 FRACTUS, S.A. V. AT&T MOBILITY LLC 2:18-cv-00135-JRG

Consumer claims Edward Sloan and Associates failed to identify itself as debt collector in voicemails

MARSHALL – A Gilmer consumer alleges a Winnsboro debt collector used deceptive means in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Apr. 2 CODING TECHNOLOGIES, LLC V. KINETIC CONCEPTS, INC. 2:18-cv-00124-JRG

Former city of Longview employee alleges he was terminated because of disability from surgery

MARSHALL – A Gladewater man alleges he was terminated from his job with the city of Longview because it refused to accommodate his limitations after a shoulder surgery.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Mar. 27 LEVEL SLEEP LLC V. SLEEP NUMBER CORPORATION ET AL 2:18-cv-00119-RWS

Lawsuit: Amazon's Fire TV devices infringed '03 U.S. patent

MARSHALL – One of Amazon’s well-known products is alleged to have infringed a 15-year-old patent.