One Claim Construction Order in Hand, Another Imminent, Neodrón Expands East Texas Wing of Touchscreen Campaign
Neodrón Limited has added separate Eastern District of Texas cases against Fujitsu (2:20-cv-00239) and Panasonic (2:20-cv-00241) to its ever more sprawling touchscreen litigation campaign. The three patents asserted against these latest defendants have already made an appearance against others in suit, with infringement allegations throughout targeting the provision of certain products that feature touch screens, including convertible laptops, tablets, and touchscreen displays. Two actions before the International Trade Commission (ITC) have prompted stays in most of the earlier district court cases in the campaign—but not in all of them. This month District Judge Susan Illston handed down an order construing disputed claim terms in a case filed against Lenovo (Motorola Mobility) in the Northern District of California, roughly two weeks after District Judge Alan D. Albright held a Markman hearing in a set of consolidated cases in the Western District of Texas.
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