By JOHN SUAYAN
Display Technologies LLC v. Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC 2:15-cv-00997-JRG-RSP
Display Technologies LLC v. NVIDIA Corporation 2:15-cv-00998-JRG-RSP
Display Technologies LLC v. Valve Corporation 2:15-cv-00999-JRG-RSP
Display Technologies LLC v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. et al 2:15-cv-01000-JRG-RSP
Plano-based Display Technologies LLC is the owner by assignment of United States Patent No. 8,671,195 (the “’195 Patent”) entitled “Digital Media Communications Protocol.” The ’195 Patent issued on March 11, 2014.
Mr. Leigh M. Rothschild is listed as the inventor on the ’195 Patent.
Dallas law firm Ni, Wang & Massand PLLC is representing the plaintiff.
Actavis Laboratories UT, Inc. v. UCB, Inc. 2:15-cv-01001-JRG-RSP
Utah-based Actavis Laboratories UT, Inc. is the plaintiff.
It accuses UCB, Inc. of infringing on United States Patent No. 7,921,999 (“the ’999 patent”), entitled “Peelable Pouch for Transdermal Patch and Method for Packaging,” issued to Michael W. Kimball on April 12, 2011.
The ’999 patent covers a peelable pouch system for holding a transdermal patch containing rotigotine. Neupro is a peelable pouch system holding a transdermal patch containing rotigotine. Neupro is covered by at least one claim of the ’999 patent.
Actavis is represented by Sherman attorney Clyde M. Siebman.
VideoSqope, LLC v. Aven Inc. dba Aven Tool 6:15-cv-00540-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Gradient Lens Corporation 6:15-cv-00541-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Imagestore US Inc. 6:15-cv-00542-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Instrument Technology, Inc. 6:15-cv-00543-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. IT Concepts, LLC 6:15-cv-00544-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Lenox Instrument Company 6:15-cv-00545-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Micro-Epsilon America, LP 6:15-cv-00546-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Olympus Corporation of the Americas 6:15-cv-00547-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Portascope.com Inc. 6:15-cv-00548-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Ridge Tool Company 6:15-cv-00549-RWS-JDL
VideoSqope, LLC v. Seneca Enterprises LLC dba RF System Lab 6:15-cv-00550-RWS-JDL
Tyler-based VideoSqope, LLC asserts it is the owner by assignment of United States Patent No. 8,558,882 (the “’882 Patent) (“the “Patent-in-Suit”) entitled “Self Articulating Behind-Wall Camera”. The ‘882 Patent was issued on October 15, 2013.
Longview attorney Todd Y. Brandt is representing VideoSqope.
Tinnus Enterprises, LLC et al v. Telebrands Corporation et al 6:15-cv-00551-RWS-JDL
Tinnus Enterprises, LLC and ZURU Ltd. seek to enjoin the manufacture, importation, distribution, use, sales, and offers to sell by the defendants of a certain product known as Balloon Bonanza that infringes or contributes toward the infringement of United States Patent No. 9,051,066.
Tinnus is the owner by assignment of the entire right, title and interest in the ’066 Patent. ZURU is the exclusive licensee of the ’066 Patent, and thus both plaintiffs have standing to sue for infringement of the ’066 Patent.
The plaintiffs are represented by attorneys Cortland Christopher Putbrese, David Ludwig, Robert D. Spendlove, Thomas Mansfield Dunlap and Eric Hugh Findlay.
Loramax LLC v. John Hancock Funds, LLC 2:15-cv-01003-RWS-RSP
Loramax LLC is the owner by assignment of United States Patent No. 5,513,126 (“the ’126 Patent”) titled “Network Having Selectively Accessible Recipient Prioritized Communication Channel Profiles.” The ’126 Patent was duly issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on April 30, 1996.
Dallas attorney Jaspal S. Hare is representing the plaintiff.
Pluratrade LLC v. Betterment LLC 2:15-cv-01004-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. 2:15-cv-01005-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. MB Trading Futures, Inc. 2:15-cv-01006-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. Motif Investing, Inc. 2:15-cv-01007-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. Rebalance, Inc. 2:15-cv-01008-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. The Charles Schwab Corporation 2:15-cv-01009-JRG-RSP
Pluratrade LLC v. Xulu, Inc. 2:15-cv-01010-JRG-RSP
Plaintiff Pluratrade LLC is the assignee of all right, title and interest in United States Patent No. 7,330,834 titled “System and Method for Electronic Trading of Assets.” Pluratrade alleges that Xulu, Inc. is directly infringing at least claim 19 of the ‘834 patent.
Chicago attorney David R. Bennett is representing the plaintiff.
Data Carriers, LLC v. Astellus Pharma US Inc. 2:15-cv-01011
Data Carriers, LLC v. Essar, Inc. 2:15-cv-01012
Data Carriers, LLC v. BP Energy Company 2:15-cv-01013
Data Carriers, LLC v. Sasol (USA) Corporation 2:15-cv-01014
Data Carriers, LLC v. Eurofins Scientific Inc. 2:15-cv-01015
Data Carriers, LLC v. Calpine Corporation 2:15-cv-01016
Data Carriers, LLC v. Schlumberger Technology Corporation 2:15-cv-01017
Data Carriers, LLC v. ConocoPhillips Company 2:15-cv-01018
Data Carriers, LLC v. Helmerich & Payne, Inc. 2:15-cv-01019
Data Carriers, LLC v. Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. 2:15-cv-01020
Data Carriers, LLC v. Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. 2:15-cv-01021
Data Carriers, LLC v. Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. 2:15-cv-01022
Data Carriers, LLC v. Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. 2:15-cv-01023
Data Carriers, LLC v. Quest Diagnostics Incorporated 2:15-cv-01024
Data Carriers, LLC v. Whiting Petroleum Corporation 2:15-cv-01025
Plaintiff Data Carriers, LLC is pursuing legal action in response to alleged infringement of United States Patent No. 5,388,198 (“the ‘198 patent”) entitled “Proactive Presentation of Automating Features to a Computer User”.
The ‘198 patent was duly and legally issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on February 7, 1995 after full and fair examination.
Dallas law firm Austin Hansley P.L.L.C. is representing the plaintiff.