Acacia’s IoT Campaign Ends October with Two More Defendants—Not Sued in Pairs, However

  • October 28, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

Stingray IP Solutions, LLC has added cases against ADT (2:22-cv-00421) and Resideo Technologies (2:22-cv-00420) to its sole litigation campaign, which targets the provision of smart devices and related products that support certain Wi-Fi wireless standards with patents acquired from Harris Corporation (now L3Harris after the 2019 merger with L3 Technologies). The Acacia Research Corporation plaintiff filed its new litigation back in the Eastern District of Texas, where its earlier October case, against Johnson Controls (2:22-cv-00389), was filed, rather than in the Central District of California, to where the other active litigation, against TP-Link, was just transferred, after District Judge Rodney Gilstrap ruled that his court does not have personal jurisdiction over TP-Link.

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