After Pelting Huawei, WSOU Pivots to ZTE in Multiple New Networking Cases

March 31, 2020

Following a barrage of lawsuits against Huawei filed in the Western District of Texas earlier in March (see here), WSOU Investments, LLC has now trained its fire on ZTE, filing ten suits (6:20-cv-002116:20-cv-002166:20-cv-002246:20-cv-002286:20-cv-00229, 6:20-cv-002386:20-cv-002406:20-cv-00242, 6:20-cv-00254, 6:20-cv-00255), also in West Texas. WSOU asserts in each complaint a single patent from a portfolio of assets received from Nokia (including from Alcatel-Lucent) throughout 2017. Together, the ten new suits target a range of networking devices provided by ZTE—with only one of them asserting a patent already in suit against Huawei.

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