FluidMesh Networks Is the Latest Defendant in JSDQ’s Mesh Networking Campaign

  • April 4, 2016

In the wake of a late-February district court order construing language from the patents-in-suit, the case between plaintiff JSDQ Mesh Technologies LLC and defendant Lazy Days’ R.V. Center (1:14-cv-01405) has been dismissed with prejudice. That order construed 12 terms, holding that half of them should be given their plain and ordinary meaning, from the four patents at issue (7,916,6487,286,828RE43,675RE44,607), which generally relate to mesh wireless networking. JSDQ also promptly filed a new case against FluidMesh Networks (1:16-cv-00212), accusing of infringement the company’s wireless mesh networking products, marketed in a variety of areas.


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