Of Many Complaints and Petitions for IPR

February 17, 2024

This past week, Lionra Technologies Limited, an Atlantic IP Services Limited plaintiff, filed a third case against Cisco (2:24-cv-00097) in the Eastern District of Texas, this one aiming a single former L3Harris patent at the provision of various networking switches and fabric extenders. Lionra first sued Cisco in August 2022, the same month that the plaintiff hit Fortinet, HP Enterprise (HPE), and Palo Alto Networks in separate complaints in the same district. Since then, HPE has exited the campaign, and trial has been set for May 2024 as to the rest, each of which has recently filed a motion to stay pending certain inter partes review (IPR) proceedings.

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