MyMail Tags Long Lists of Wi-Fi-Enabled Devices in New Complaints Against Canon, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung
- January 20, 2018
MyMail, Ltd. has added four more Texas cases to the litigation campaign begun back in 2004, asserting in new complaints a familiar network connectivity patent against a wide variety of Wi-Fi-enabled devices, specifically those supporting WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) and/or WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)/WPA2/WPA3. Canon (2:18-cv-00015), HP (2:18-cv-00016), and Samsung (2:18-cv-00017) have been sued in the Eastern District of Texas, where most of the NPE’s cases have been filed, and Lenovo (1:18-cv-00048) has been sued in the Western District of the state. These new suits join active cases against Acer (also in the Western District), NETGEAR (in the District of Delaware), and TCL Communications (TCT Mobile US) in the Central District of California.
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