Iron Oak Expands Campaign Twice in October, First Against Sharp, Now Dell

October 21, 2017

Iron Oak Technologies LLC has filed a second new case in October, adding to its sole campaign a case against Dell (1:17-cv-00999) after suing Sharp (1:17-cv-01153) earlier this month. Litigation is now moving forward in three districts: the Western District of Texas (against Acer and Dell); the Northern District of Texas (against ASUSFujitsuSamsung, Sharp, and Toshiba); and the District of Delaware (against Lenovo). At issue against Dell are the two patents-in-campaign asserted across all of its complaints, one generally related to automatically selecting a path over which a computer is to communicate and the other, to remotely patching the operating code of a mobile device. Iron Oak accuses Dell of infringement through the manufacture and sale of certain laptop and tablet computers.

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