Before 2017

Northern District Lawsuit Alleges Video Conferencing Technology Patent Infringement

Avayla Licensing LLC v. Premiere Global Services, Inc., (N.D. Ga., Oct. 26, 2022)

The use of video conferencing technology has skyrocketed in recent years, particularly as businesses pivoted to work-from-home and hybrid workplace models due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, this technology is at the center of a patent infringement lawsuit filed in the Northern District.

Premiere Global Services is an Atlanta-based company offering video conferencing solutions. In a new Northern District lawsuit, Avayla claims that Premiere’s services and software are based on patents owned by the plaintiffs. Such technology is used in video conference calls, for example.

The plaintiffs are seeking treble damages for alleged willful patent infringement.

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