Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

By John Suayan | Apr 14, 2018

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

MARSHALL DIVISION

Apr. 9

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

FRACTUS, S.A. V. SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, L.P. ET AL 2:18-cv-00136-JRG

FRACTUS, S.A. V. T-MOBILE US, INC. ET AL 2:18-cv-00137-JRG

FRACTUS, S.A. V. VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC. ET AL 2:18-cv-00138-JRG

Fractus, which is based in Spain, is the plaintiff.

It alleges infringement of ten patents, namely, U.S. Patent Numbers 6,937,191; 7,250,918; 7,557,768; 7,932,870; 8,228,256; 8,896,493; 9,905,940; 8,497,814; 8,754,824; and 9,450,305.

According to Fractus, its founders, scientists and electrical engineers were the individual inventors on the subject patents.

Court papers explain that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded the company the ’191, ’918, ’768, ’870, ’256, ’493 and ’940 patents, collectively known as “Interlaced Multiband Antenna Arrays,” and the ’814, ’824, and ’305 patents, titled “Slim Triple Band Antenna Array for Cellular Base Stations.”

Fractus seeks unspecified monetary damages and a jury trial.

Michael Ng of the law firm Kobre & Kim LLP in San Francisco is representing the complainant.

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