Category: patent

Patent Dispute over Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Launched in the Northern District of Georgia

Burkhard Wiggerich (“Wiggerich”), a German citizen residing in Arnsberg, Germany, commenced a patent infringement action against a Kansas limited liability Company, Blue-Chip Unmanned Aerial Solutions, LLC (“Blue-Chip”), on November 30, 2015 in the Northern District of Georgia.  The complaint asserts infringement of United States Patent Number 8,238,128(the ‘128 […]

Court Recognizes Alice Decision Potentially Impacts Case by Allowing Late Motion for Judgment on Pleadings

Mobile Telecommunications Technologies, LLC (“Mobile”)[background on company], initiated a patent infringement case against United Parcel Service, Inc. (“UPS”), in 2012 on U.S. Patent No. 5,786,748 on a method and apparatus for giving notification of express mail delivery. UPS filed a Motion for Summary Judgment [Dkt. 95], which was […]

Judge Ross Examines Morass of Pleadings and Refines Dispute to Supported Claims of Patent, Copyright, and Trade Dress Infringement

In an earlier post today we reported on the Third Amended Complaint filed by Lisa Duer (“Duer”), a resident of Woodstock, Georgia, alleging patent infringement, trademark infringement, copyright infringement, and trade dress infringement action against Bensussen Deutsch & Associates, Inc. (“BDA”), a Washington corporation, and Eli Lilly and […]

Southern Mills Files Patent Suit Against Int’l Textiles over its Glide™ Product

Southern Mills, Inc. (“Southern Mills”), a Georgia corporation doing business as TenCate Protective Fabrics, filed a patent infringement action on July 15, 2015 against International Textiles Group, Inc. f/k/a Safety Components International, Inc. (“Int’l Textiles”), a Delaware corporation, relating to U.S. Patent No. 8,898,821 (the ‘821 Patent) directed to […]

Markman Ruling Construes “Network” Rejecting Parties’ Proposals

Plaintiff Microwave Vision, SA (“Microwave Vision”), owner of U.S. Patent No. 7,443,170 (the “‘170 Patent”), brought an action for patent infringement along with MVG Industries, SAS, and MVG, Inc. (collectively “Plaintiffs”) against ESCO Technologies Inc. and ETS-Lindgren Inc. (collectively the “Defendants”). The ‘170 Patent covers systems used “to […]

Sarvint Retains Jurisdiction in the Northern District in Another Order from Judge Batten

Judge Batten denied a motion brought by Carré Technologies, Inc. (“Carré”) to dismiss[i] apatent infringement action brought by Sarvint Technologies, Inc. (“Sarvint”) for lack of personal jurisdiction.  The Court began by incorporating discussions from its Order in the sister case of Sarvint v. OMsignal, on which we recently reported. The accused […]

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 […]