Category: Before 2017

Comprehensive Ruling on Personal Jurisdiction and Transfer Issues Offers Cautions and Gems for In-house Counsel and Trial Lawyers

In a 46-page order, Judge Timothy Batten denied a motion to dismiss under FRCP 12(b)(2) and (3) for lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue, or in the alternative to transfer venue brought by OMsignal, Inc. (“OMsignal”) filed in connection with the complaint of Sarvint Technologies, Inc. (“Sarvint”) […]

Patent Case Transferred From Georgia, Plaintiff’s Principal Place of Business, To California, Defendant’s Principal Place of Business

Judge Amy Totenberg granted the motion brought by Noction, Inc. (“Noction”) to transfer the patent infringement action brought by Internap Corporation (“Internap”) to the Northern District of California. The action was based on alleged infringement of one network routing technology patent owned by Internap and potential infringement of […]

Gutter Battle Reignites With New Action

In the latest salvo exchanged between two competing drainage product companies, Invisaflow, LLC (“Invisaflow”), based in Alpharetta, Georgia, filed a complaint in the Northern District of Georgia against competitors Euramax International, Inc. and Euramax Holdings, Inc. (collectively “Euramax”), both based in Norcross, Georgia, alleging that Euramax infringes its […]

Solo Inventor Files Two Suits Over Allegedly Infringing Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems

Walter Farmer, of Atlanta, Georgia, filed separate suits against Alpha Technologies, Inc, (“Alpha”), of Bellingham, Washington, and Aspin Kemp & Associates (“Aspin Kemp”), of Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, alleging that each company infringes Farmer’s patent directed to uninterruptable power supply systems. Farmer is the sole named inventor of U.S. […]

Court Crushes Krush’s Motions for Preliminary Injunction on Patent Infringement and Trade Secret Misappropriation

Krush Communications, LLC (“Krush”) brought suit in New Jersey in 2013 against Lunex Telecom, Inc., a Georgia corporation (“Lunex”), for patent infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets.  After the case was transferred to the Northern District of Georgia, Judge Jones considered Krush motions for a preliminary injunction on […]