Filing Against Samsung Revives MONKEYmedia’s Multimedia Content Emphasis Campaign

  • May 31, 2017
  • Consumer Electronics and PCs, Mobile Communications and Devices, New Patent Litigation

With a suit against Samsung (2:17-cv-00460), MONKEYmedia, Inc. has revived its multimedia content emphasis campaign (launched in 2010) and introduced two new patents to litigation. In a complaint filed on May 31, MONKEYmedia accuses Samsung of infringement through the provision of DVD and Blu-Ray players, smartphones and tablets, set-top and set-back streaming media players, and smart TVs (2:17-cv-00460). While one of the patents-in-suit (6,393,158) has been previously asserted in the campaign, against Apple, Sony, and seven movie studios, the other two (9,185,379; 9,247,226) are new to litigation. The filing against Samsung comes on the heels of the dismissal of the last remaining defendants in the campaign.


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