Background for New Mobile Device Payment Suit in Texas Has an International Flair

  • October 29, 2020
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: E-Commerce and Software, Financial Services, Mobile Communications and Devices

Samsung Pay is the focus of a new complaint filed in the Eastern District of Texas (2:20-cv-00342). G. Holdings Ltd. accuses Samsung of infringing two patents (7,628,333; 9,022,294), generally related to automatically switching between “communication links” for data conveyance in a mobile device, through the provision of mobile devices that support Samsung Pay. The patents name Joel Gaillard as their sole inventor; Gaillard is described as the plaintiff’s “principal owner”.

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