After almost a year without filing any new litigation, Patent Harbor sued Apple accusing its iMovie software, as well Apple computer products that run the software, of infringing a single patent. The patent-in-suit relates to managing and assembling video content (5,684,514) and has been used in all 20 of Patent Harbor’s cases since the entity began filing suits in 2010. The patent-in-suit originated with AdvancedInteraction and was transferred to Gisel Asserts in 2008 and then to Patent Harbor in 2010, shortly before the entity’s campaign began. It was subject to reexamination but the reexam certificate, issued in April 2013, confirmed the patentability of claim 6, the only claim at issue in the process. This suit is the entity’s first since that determination and the campaign previously targeted ASUS, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, and LG. 4/4, Eastern District of Texas, 6:14cv00242
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