Campaign over HDMI Connectors and Cables Expands in Texas

June 20, 2020

Oceana Innovations LLC, a plaintiff associated with Texas monetization firm Endpoint IP LLC, has added a Northern District of Texas case against JVC Kenwood (3:20-cv-01613) to the litigation campaign that it began by suing first Roku and then Charter Communications in the Western District of Texas last month. The defendants are accused of infringement through the provision of devices with an HDMI Type-A connector and cable, the new complaints naming the DLA-NX9 projector. The sole asserted patent generally relates to a particular electrical connector assembly, has seen previous litigation by a different plaintiff, and is the subject of a curious transfer of rights dated in mid-April 2020.

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