Flexiworld Sues Roku a Second Time, Faces Expanded Challenge to Standing from Amazon

July 9, 2021

Litigation in the media casting/streaming campaign of Flexiworld Technologies, Inc. continues to heat up before District Judge Alan D. Albright. The first defendant, Amazon, has filed a second motion challenging Flexiworld’s standing to sue, based on a prior assignment agreement with Samsung, and Flexiworld has hit Roku (6:21-cv-00680) with a second complaint in which six more patents are asserted against the defendant, bringing the total number of patents-in-suit between the two to nine. In early June, Judge Albright handed down a claim construction order in the campaign, ascribing to each of four disputed claim terms its plain and ordinary meaning.

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