Dominion’s Blue Sky Campaign Turns to Medical Devices

  • February 17, 2018

Blue Sky Networks, LLC, an affiliate of Dominion Harbor Enterprises, LLC, continues to expand the range of products accused of infringement in its sole litigation campaign. The NPE has sued Roche (Roche Diabetes Care) (1:18-cv-00368) over the provision of Bluetooth-enabled electronic insulin meters, together with “application software for communicating with them via laptop, smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device”. Blue Sky’s new complaint asserts five patents generally related to “wireless handsets” discovering and connecting to other such devices near them. Roche’s insulin meters join Fitibit’s fitness trackers, “in-dash smart services” in certain Toyota vehicles, and Verifone’s Bluetooth-enabled wireless point-of-sale (POS) terminals that connect to charging base stations, among other products, as accused devices across this campaign.


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