A Second IP Edge Affiliate Asserts a Former Siemens Patent, in Campaign over Motion Sensors

  • March 1, 2019
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Consumer Electronics and PCs, Semiconductors

Another IP Edge LLC affiliate has launched a litigation campaign over a patent from a portfolio that the Texas monetization firm acquired from Siemens last October. Pinek IP LLC has accused Fibar (1:19-cv-01463), Honeywell (1:19-cv-00425), Lutron Electronics (1:19-cv-01487), Monitronics (2:19-cv-00074), Robert Bosch (Bosch Security Systems) (1:19-cv-00424), and Sercomm (3:19-cv-01133) of infringing one of those patents, generally pertaining to firing a circuit in response to an “activation signal”, through the provision of motion sensors used to trigger intrusion alarms. The NPE filed this campaign across districts in California, Delaware, Illinois, and Texas.

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