New Litigation Campaign, over Wireless Telecommunications Patents, Targets Three Carriers in the Eastern District of Texas

October 1, 2020

IPCom Gmbh & Co KG has opened up a new litigation campaign in the US, filing suit against AT&T (multiple subsidiaries, including AT&T Mobility) (2:20-cv-00321), Deutsche Telekom (including Sprint) (2:20-cv-00322), and Verizon (including Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless) (2:20-cv-00323) in the Eastern District of Texas. The plaintiff targets the defendants’ alleged use of certain devices, features, and services in their various wireless telecommunication networks, IPCom pleading details concerning relationships with third-parties Ericsson and Nokia (Alcatel), which allegedly supply telecommunications equipment, and Mavenir, which allegedly provides such equipment, as well as messaging services. IPCom’s new complaints assert up to six patents, received from Robert Bosch and apparently subject to separate security agreements with Fortress Investment Group LLC (in 2008) and Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg (in 2013).

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