IoT Licensing Hits Snap One Over Former Roper Patents

  • January 20, 2023
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Consumer Electronics and PCs, Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

Last month, IoT Licensing, LLC sued Snap One (3:22-cv-00652) in the Western District of North Carolina, adding a second case to the litigation campaign that it began in the District of Massachusetts against Schneider Electric (1:22-cv-11358) this past August. In both suits, IoT Licensing targets, with the same two wireless communications patents, the provision of devices that support the Zigbee or Z-Wave wireless mesh networking standards: for Snap One, including controllers, dimmers, motion/contact sensors, thermostats, fan speed controllers, garage door modules, sirens, switches, and repeaters; and for Schneider Electric, certain EcoStruxure and SmartStruxure-series products, including controllers, switches, and relay antennas.

View full article with free 14-day trial
($79/month thereafter)

  • Over 7,000 news articles covering new patent cases, key policy decisions, and USPTO assignments
  • Advanced custom alerts for campaigns and entities
  • Proprietary litigation timelines
  • Full access to Federal Circuit, PTAB, and ITC dockets
  • Judge, venue, and law firm analytics


Thank you for your feedback