IP Bridge Files Second Suit Against OmniVision

October 25, 2016

Japanese patent monetization firm IP Bridge, Inc. has filed a second case against OmniVision (1:16-cv-00975) in Delaware. It has asserted, through its subsidiary Godo Kaisha IP Bridge 1 (IP Bridge 1), another imaging patent (7,164,113) received from Panasonic in January 2014. Omnivision’s Purecel backside-illuminated imager sensor products are accused of infringement in this case, as they were in the earlier action (1:16-cv-00290). That case was filed in April 2016 and involves nine other former Panasonic patents. This new case comes as the parties are currently briefing a motion to transfer the older one from Delaware to the Northern District of California.

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