In a Return to Litigation, Aegis Mobility Looks to the District of Colorado

  • July 28, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: E-Commerce and Software, Mobile Communications and Devices

Aegis Mobility Inc. has returned to litigation, filing a District of Colorado complaint against Avaya (1:22-cv-01810) that alleges infringement of a patent from the same family asserted in a pair of June 2020 cases, one filed against each of Alphabet (Google) and Here Technologies in Delaware. The patent generally relates to implementing a “risk mitigation technique” when initiating mobile device communications, with infringement allegations targeting the provision of the Avaya one-X mobile app “for Android-based mobile phones”. Aegis Mobility pleads induced and willful infringement based on a letter allegedly sent to Avaya in May 2021, one month after its last round of litigation ended.

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