ASUS and HP Are Latest Defendants in Long-Running Memory Devices Campaign

  • November 11, 2016

Individual inventor James B. Goodman has added two more defendants to a litigation campaign that he started over ten years ago. The new complaints assert a single patent (6,243,315) against ASUS (4:16-cv-03232) and HP (4:16-cv-03195) over the manufacture and sale of computer products that contain certain memory devices. The ‘315 patent generally relates to volatile memory systems having the capability to retain some data during low power situations. As has been the case throughout this campaign, which has now hit over 25 defendants, Goodman accuses the products of infringement through compliance with relevant JEDEC standards.


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