Ultravision Sues Nearly a Full Alphabet of LED Display Defendants

  • March 31, 2018
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sector: Consumer Electronics and PCs

Ultravision Technologies, LLC (d/b/a Ultravision International), a Delaware entity registered to conduct business in Texas, has filed a barrage of over 25 district court lawsuits and a concurrent action before the International Trade Commission (ITC) (337-TA-3302) against the same set of LED display panel manufacturers, such as Cirrus Systems (2:18-cv-00095) and Samsung (2:18-cv-00115); private label resellers such as Panasonic (2:18-cv-00107) (allegedly relabeling products purchased from defendant/respondent Lighthouse (2:18-cv-00104)); and distributors, including, for example, GoVision (2:18-cv-00100),  which allegedly buys and distributes products bought from separate defendant/respondent digiLED (2:18-cv-00096). The new filings follow last fall’s entry of default judgment against Shenzhen Only Optoelectronic Tech in one of the first cases in this campaign, filed in August of 2016.


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