Jenam Tech Asserts More Patents from the Same Family in Second Suit Against Samsung

  • April 13, 2020
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sector: Mobile Communications and Devices

Jenam Tech, LLC has filed a second suit against Samsung (4:20-cv-00279), asserting five patents from the same family to which the previous two patents-in-suit belong. The family generally pertains to “detecting an idle TCP connection”, with infringement allegations targeting the provision of computing devices, including certain Galaxy smartphones and tablets, as well as Chromebooks, desktop computers, and laptops. At issue are the devices’ use of the QUIC protocol, a variant of the TCP communications protocol. One year ago, nearly to the day, Jenam Tech sued both LG Electronics (LGE) and Samsung, in separate suits, along similar lines—motions to dismiss Jenam’s complaints for failure to state a claim under Alice and to transfer the suits to the Northern District of California, filed months ago, remain pending before District Judge Amos L. Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas.


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