New Long Corner Entity Asserts Patent Against Mobile Device Makers

  • December 5, 2013

Long Corner Consumer Electronics (LCCE), an entity related to Long Corner Security, filed its first litigation right before Thanksgiving with a total of 16 cases. The lawsuits name AcerASUS, Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, BlackBerry, Coolpad, FUHU, Fujitsu, HTC, Huawei, Kyocera, LG, Lenovo, Panasonic, and Viewsonic as defendants in the new campaign. The cases all assert a patent related to moving graphical objects displayed on the screen of a device in response to movement of that device (7,808,483). Defendants’ devices that incorporate both a touchscreen and an orientation sensor, namely mobile phones and tablets, are accused of infringing the asserted patent. LCCE acquired the patent-in-suit from an individual inventor. LCCE is controlled by Sanjay Pant, who is also behind Long Corner Security and the various NovelPoint entities. 11/26, Eastern District of Texas, 2:13cv00998, 2:13cv00999, 2:13cv01000, 2:13cv01001, 2:13cv01002, 2:13cv01003, 2:13cv01004, 2:13cv01005, 2:13cv01006, 2:13cv01007, 2:13cv01008, 2:13cv01009, 2:13cv01010, 2:13cv01011, 2:13cv01012, 2:13cv01013


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