Court Construes Disputed Claims in Apple Case, STC.UNM Sues Dell in Same Forum

June 6, 2020

STC.UNM, the intellectual property enforcement arm for the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico (UNM), has added yet another case to the litigation campaign that it began in April 2019 over several data transmission patents developed by Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). The newest defendant is Dell (EMC) (6:20-cv-00468), sued in the Western District of Texas, where District Judge Alan D. Albright recently handed down an order construing disputed terms from the same three patents, in a case filed against Apple last summer. The order, dated April 9, 2020, indicated that the court intended to enter a memorandum in support of its rulings “shortly”; the memo has not yet been added to the docket.

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