Solas OLED Limited has opened up a second litigation campaign, this time suing Samsung (2:19-cv-00152) over a single former Atmel patent generally related to a flexible touch sensor comprising a conductive mesh grid and a flexible substrate that are “configured to wrap around one or more edges of a display”. The NPE, formed in Ireland in March 2016, targets Samsung’s provision of Galaxy smartphones with “touchscreens (including flexible touch sensors) that wrap around the edges of the display”. This new case follows by about a month Solas OLED’s first suit, which accused LG Display, LG Electronics (LGE), and Sony of infringing a single patent received from the University of Stuttgart and generally related to a “driving circuit” for “image points” on an OLED (“organic light-emitting diode”) screen.
Solas OLED Limited, an NPE formed in Ireland in March 2016, has filed suit against LG Display, LG Electronics (LGE), and Sony (6:19-cv-00236), targeting OLED (“organic light-emitting diode”) display panels made by LG Display and incorporated into televisions made by LGE and Sony. A single patent, received from the University of Stuttgart and generally related to a “driving circuit” for “image points” on an OLED screen, is asserted in the complaint. Solas OLED, an affiliate of Data Scape Limited, another Irish NPE with an ongoing litigation campaign, touts a worldwide portfolio of patents purportedly covering “all critical areas of OLED structures, display design/architecture, and driver circuitry”.