Implicit Files New Texas Cases After Defeating Motion to Transfer Earlier Suit to California

  • February 27, 2018
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sector: Networking

Implicit, LLC has filed a new Eastern District of Texas campaign on the heels of District Judge Rodney Gilstrap’s refusal to transfer an earlier case against Palo Alto Networks to California. The latest defendants are McAfee (2:18-cv-00046) and Sophos (2:18-cv-00047), each accused of infringing three patents, characterized by the court as Implicit’s “Demultiplexing Patents” and generally related to “technology for computer message exchange processing and more specifically to technology for dynamically converting the form of the messages as the messages are being exchanged”. The accused products are “McAfee’s security information and event management products that include McAfee Application Data Monitor functionality” and the Sophos XG Firewall, respectively.


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