Patent Collective Turned Plaintiff VideoLabs Expands Campaign, Sues Amazon

  • January 22, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation, TPLF
    Market Sector: Media Content and Distribution
    Tag: TPLF

VideoLabs, Inc., together with its subsidiary VL Collective IP, LLC, has filed suit against Amazon (6:22-cv-00079) in the Western District of Texas, alleging infringement of seven patents through the provision of a wide array of products, including streaming systems and services, smart home devices, software, tablets, and TVs. At issue is the support of the H.264 and HLS streaming protocols, auto scaling, WebRTC and SRTP standards, and content flow control. The litigation will join prior affirmative disputes consolidated in the same district, also before District Judge Alan D. Albright, with Dell; a declaratory judgment action filed by Lions Gate Entertainment (Starz Entertainment) is underway in the District of Delaware.

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