After PTAB, Alice, and Other District Court Setbacks, Arendi Files Second Case Against LG Electronics

  • November 7, 2020
  • Category: New Patent Litigation, TPLF
    Market Sector: E-Commerce and Software
    Tag: TPLF

Eight years after filing litigation against Apple, BlackBerry, HTC, LG Electronics (LGE), Motorola Mobility (then a Google subsidiary), Samsung, and Sony, Arendi S.A.R.L. asked Delaware District Judge Leonard P. Stark to set trial dates (“and potentially up to seven week-long trials four weeks apart beginning in the fall of 2021”). Last week, Judge Stark denied the motion, indicating that a date for a first trial, and perhaps a second trial, will be set once dispositive motions are resolved. Also, last week, in response to a separate order limiting the scope of accused products in its case against LGE, Arendi filed a new Delaware case against that defendant (1:20-cv-01483), asserting the same search patent against a long list of “mobile telecommunication devices, mobile phones, tablets, and other products” turned-away from the earlier suit.

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