St. Luke’s Secure Cloud Computing Campaign Restarts Under New Management in 2016
- May 11, 2016
St. Luke Technologies, LLC has filed a round of new cases in its secure cloud computing campaign in the Eastern District of Texas, hitting AthenaHealth (2:16-cv-00478), Cerner (2:16-cv-00485), MobileIron (2:16-cv-00430), Thales e-Security (Vormetric) (2:16-cv-00428), and Trend Micro (2:16-cv-00427). The new complaints assert between three and six patents from the ten at issue in the overall campaign. St. Luke organizes those ten patents, which generally relate to stored information access and protection, into two categories: the Secure Third-Party Communications (STPC) patents (7,181,017; 7,869,591; 8,904,181; 8,316,237; 8,566,247) and the Information Record Infrastructure (IRI) patents (7,587,368; 8,498,941; 8,380,630; 8,600,895; 7,805,377). Each of the complaints accuses of infringement a variety of products and services that operate via or provide secure communications over the Internet.