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Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Feb. 23 PRINCIPLE PACKAGING LLC V. FRITO-LAY, INC. 2:18-cv-00045-RWS

Driver alleges Arkansas Utility Protection Services employee's distracted driving caused collision

MARSHALL – A driver is seeking damages from an Arkansas man and his employer after a rear-end collision in Nash.

Diversified Consultants Inc. alleged to have harassed woman with calls over account belonging to estranged husband

MARSHALL – A Marshall consumer claims a collection agency harassed her with collection calls for an alleged debt purported owed by her estranged husband.

Nurse alleges Northeast Texas Home Health LTD failed to pay overtime wages

MARSHALL – A Canton nurse has filed a class action over allegations that she and other nurses were not paid overtime wages by their home health care employer.

Former Hanna's Rural Sanitation worker alleges he is owed unpaid wages

MARSHALL – A former maintenance worker for a sanitation company alleges he was misclassified as exempt from overtime pay.

Presumed foreman denied job assignments because of prosthetic limb, according to suit

MARSHALL – An East Texas man is suing Chicago Bridge and Iron Co. and Cameron LNG, LLC for allegedly rescinding his employment because he wears a prosthetic limb.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Jan. 19 MYMAIL, LTD. V. CANON U.S.A., INC. ET AL 2:18-cv-00015-JRG-RSP

Woman seeks damages from New Century International Wholesale over Marshall collision

MARSHALL – A Carthage woman alleges the employee of a Georgia corporation negligently caused a collision in Marshall.

Former manager brings age discrimination suit against bank

MARSHALL – An East Texas woman asserts age was a factor in her termination from a bank.

Estate of man killed in officer-involved shooting file wrongful death suit against Gladewater officer, city

MARSHALL – The heirs of a man fatally shot by a Gladewater police officer in 2016 have failed a wrongful death suit.

Court allows negligence suit against law firm Schiff Hardin to proceed

MARSHALL – The Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas partially granted and partially denied a law firm's motion to dismiss a claim against it filed by an insurance company.

Long Drilling Co. alleged to have misrepresented drilling rig

MARSHALL – A Louisiana man alleges equipment he purchased from a Crockett business was misrepresented.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Jan. 10 PPS DATA, LLC V. JACK HENRY & ASSOCIATES, INC. 2:18-cv-00007-JRG

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Dec. 29 LBS INNOVATIONS, LLC V. BEST BUY CO., INC. ET AL 2:17-cv-00792-JRG

Hampton Products International Corp. alleged to have defectively designed tie-downs

MARSHALL – The parents of a man who died from injuries after a classic car rolled off of a trailer and into his pickup are suing the makers of the tie-downs used to secure the car.

Court jury awards $75 million to Ericsson in patent infringement case

MARSHALL – The Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas jury has awarded Ericsson $75 million in its patent infringement case against TCL Communication Technology Holdings, agreeing that TLC infringed on the company’s patent for a software control system in mobile devices.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Dec. 12 SPECIALIZED MONITORING SOLUTIONS, LLC V. ADT LLC D/B/A ADT SECURITY SERVICES 2:17-cv-00768-RWS-RSP

Eastern Texas judge dismisses patent infringement case against Nutanix over venue issue

MARSHALL – A Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas judge has dismissed a patent infringement complaint based on venue.

Court declines to grant enhanced damages in Motorola patent infringement ruling

MARSHALL – The Marshall Division of the Eastern District of Texas on Dec. 8 denied enhanced damage awards for Saint Lawrence Communications (SLC) in a dispute with competitor Motorola Mobility LLC, but did award product royalties and related court costs for patent infringement by Motorola.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

MARSHALL DIVISION Dec. 8 WOBBLEWORKS, INC. V. DIM3PRINTING LLC 2:17-cv-00765-JRG