Blue Spike, LLC v. InfoSonics Corporation et al 2:15-cv-01778-JRG
Blue Spike, LLC v. DDM BRANDS, LLC 2:15-cv-01779-JRG
Blue Spike, LLC v. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. et al 2:15-cv-01780-JRG
Plaintiff Blue Spike is based in Tyler.
It has pursued legal action in an effort to stop alleged infringement of United States Patent Number 8,930,719 (the ’719 Patent).
The ‘719 Patent was issued earlier this year.
Blue Spike seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
Attorney Randall T. Garteiser of the law firm Garteiser Honea, P.C. in Tyler is representing the complainant.
Pherah LLC v. International Business Machines Corporation 6:15-cv-00993
Pherah LLC v. TIBCO Software, Inc. 6:15-cv-00994
Pherah LLC v. Wrike, Inc. 6:15-cv-00995
Pherah LLC v. Zendesk Inc. 6:15-cv-00996
Pherah LLC v. Atlassian, Inc. 6:15-cv-00997
Plano-based Pherah is the plaintiff.
Asserting ownership of U.S. Patent No. RE44,652 (“the ‘652 patent”), Pherah claims said patent had been infringed upon.
The ‘652 Patent, titled “Computer-Readable Data Product for Managing Sales Information,” was issued on Dec. 17, 2013.
Pherah consequently seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
It is represented by attorney Papool S. Chaudhari of the law firm Chaudhari Law, PLLC in Wylie.
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Acronis, Inc. et al 6:15-cv-01001
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Chief Architect, Inc. 6:15-cv-01003
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Code 42 Software, Inc. 6:15-cv-01004
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. 6:15-cv-01005
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. TLM, Inc. d/b/a Robert McNeel & Associates 6:15-cv-01006
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Symantec Corporation 6:15-cv-01007
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Zebra Technologies Corporation 6:15-cv-01008
Uniloc USA, Inc. et al v. Electronic Arts Inc. 6:15-cv-01009
Plaintiff Uniloc has researched, developed, manufactured and licensed information security technology solutions, platforms and frameworks, including solutions for securing software applications and digital content.
It claims ownership of U.S. Patent No. 7,024,696 (“the ‘696 Patent”), titled “Method and System for Prevention of Piracy of a Given Software Application via a Communications Network,” and has filed legal complaint to stop what it argues is infringement.
Uniloc seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
Attorneys Craig Tadlock and Keith Smiley of the Tadlock Law Firm PLLC in Plano and Paul J. Hayes, Robert R. Gilman and Kevin Gannon of the law firm Hayes Messina Gilman & Hayes LLC in Boston are representing Uniloc.