Kamino LLC, an NPE associated with monetization firm IPValuation Partners, LLC (d/b/a IPVal), has added Amazon (6:20-cv-00052), AOC (6:20-cv-00053), Best Buy (6:20-cv-00054), and HP (6:20-cv-00055) as defendants in its sole litigation campaign, over a single patent generally related to a light-conducting plate for an LCD backlight. The new suits join active cases against Anker and Honeywell, sued in December 2019, and Fujifilm, sued earlier this month, in the Western District of Texas. Accused throughout the campaign have been mobile devices with certain backlight features, with Kamino calling out Amazon’s Echo Show and Kindle Fire, AOC’s 22” monitors, Best Buy’s Insignia Dual Camera Dash Cam, and HP’s 22er monitors.
Kamino LLC, a recently formed affiliate of IPValuation Partners, LLC (d/b/a IPVal), has kicked off a litigation campaign over a single patent generally related to a light-conducting plate for an LCD backlight. The new complaints accuse F5cs (5:19-cv-00057), Panasonic (5:19-cv-00058), and Yulong Computer Communications (Coolpad Technologies) (5:19-cv-00056) of infringement through the provision of mobile devices, calling out certain features of the display backlights for the Panasonic Toughpad, the Fusion5 10.1 Inch Tablet PC, and Coolpad’s Defiant smartphone and Rogue tablet.