Ozmo Licensing Bares Its Talons in Harfang IP’s First Suit, Against HP

April 24, 2021

In its new complaint against HP (6:21-cv-00383), Ozmo Licensing LLC targets with two patents the provision of Wi-Fi enabled products—specifically, “numerous wireless devices, including laptop computers, desktop computers, printers and monitors”, which the plaintiff pleads that “Wi-Fi protocols allow . . . to act as a hub to receive, for example, images from an IEEE 802.11 access point and to forward such images to a second device using Wi-Fi Direct”. The complaint is the first filed by the plaintiff, which is associated with monetization firm Harfang IP Investment Corp. Ozmo Licensing indicates that it “is working to widely and reasonably license its current patent portfolio” and to “concomitantly pursu[e] related patent applications”, both “with the support of” the asserted patents’ named inventors.

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