Proxense Targets LG Pay, Digital Keys, and Wi-Fi Connectivity

June 2, 2024

With its latest lawsuit, filed against LG Electronics (LGE) (6:24-cv-00302) in the Western District of Texas, Proxense, LLC debuts in its campaign three patents generally related to securing computing systems with a “personal digital key”. Infringement allegations for these patents focus on the provision of its Ultra-Small “Digital Key Module”, allegedly developed through subsidiary LG Innotek’s participation as a “‘core’ member of the Car Connectivity Consortium”. Proxense accuses LGE of infringing four other patents, already familiar in this campaign, through the provision of LG Pay on certain mobile devices and of televisions and laptops utilizing the Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, and/or Wi-Fi 7 wireless standards.

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