Virtual Immersion Technologies LLC v. Secure Live Media, LLC 2:16-cv-01022-RWS
Virtual Immersion Technologies LLC v. TXTME TV LTD. 2:16-cv-01024-RWS
Virtual Immersion Technologies LLC v. Aplicaciones Para Realidad Virtual, S.L. 2:16-cv-01025-RWS
The plaintiff VIT has pursued legal action in response to what it alleges is infringement of United States Patent Number 6,409,599.
Recent court documents show that the ‘599 patent, entitled “Interactive Virtual Reality Performance Theater Entertainment System,” was issued on Jul. 25, 2002.
“The inventors of the ’599 patent took considerable personal risks to nurture and prove out the technology systems described in the ’599 patent, contributing substantially to today's virtual reality industry explosion,” they explain.
“The inventors of the ’599 patent have utilized the technology described by the ’599 patent for more than ten years, shipping virtual reality systems to five continents and entertaining or educating an estimated 30 million people worldwide with their immersive virtual reality live theater attractions and promotions.”
VIT seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
It is represented by attorneys Robert Kiddie and Timothy Devlin of the Devlin Law Firm LLC in Wilmington, Del.
Listou Search Technologies LLC v. The Mens Wearhouse, Inc. 5:16-cv-00144-RWS
Listou Search Technologies LLC v. Stanley Korshak, LP 5:16-cv-00145-RWS
The plaintiff Listou Search Technologies claims ownership to U.S. Patent No. 6,216,139, entitled “Integrated Dialog Box for Rapidly Altering Presentation of Parametric Text Data Objects On a Computer Display.”
Issued on Apr. 10, 2001, the ‘139 patent was the subject of multiple patent infringement actions in the District of Delaware, according to recent court papers.
The complainant seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.
It is represented by attorney Peter J. Corcoran, III of the law firm Corcoran IP Law, PLLC in Texarkana.