After Winning on Standing and Defending Against Alice, Flexiworld Sues Sony

January 3, 2024

Flexiworld Technologies, Inc. has added an Eastern District of Texas case against Sony (2:23-cv-00616) to the litigation campaign that it began back in June 2020. Nearly 40 wireless connectivity and streaming patents have now been asserted here, 15 of them in the new suit against Sony, with litigation still active against that first defendant, Amazon (in the Western District of Washington), as well as against Lexmark (in the Eastern District of Kentucky) and Xerox (in the Western District of New York). Flexiworld targets Sony over the provision of a wide array of products, including certain audio devices (i.e., speakers, headphones, and soundbars), gaming consoles, smartphones, and televisions.

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