Over the last several weeks, a number of new intellectual property cases have been filed in the Northern District of Texas, including:
Zenimax Media v. Oculus VR: Zenimax’s complaint (available here) asserts that Oculus wrongfully took Zenimax’s intellectual property and commercially exploited such IP for Oculus’ own gain. Zenimax asserts claims for misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, breach of contract, unfair competition, unjust enrichment, trademark infringement, and false designation of origin.
Advanced Marketing Systems v. The Kroger Co.: AMS’ complaint (available here) alleges that Kroger infringes the patents-in-suit through Kroger’s website’s use of loyalty cards.
Novaerus Group v. Airmanager Technologies: Novaerus alleges (in its complaint available here) that Airmanager infringes U.S. Patent No. 8,211,374 through the sale of Airmanager’s air cleaning products.
Best Little Promohouse in Texas v. Yankee Pennysaver: the plaintiff asserts that defendants infringe plaintiff’s trademarks (complaint available here).
Corning Optical Communications v. Communications System: Corning claims that Communications Systems infringes U.S. Patent No. 6,500,020, entitled “Top Loading Customer Bridge” through the sale of its VDSL2 NID Splitter Module. (Complaint available here).
Dehn’s Innovations v. Cleanblastor: Dehn’s Complaint (available here) asserts that Cleanblastor has committed patent and trademark infringement through the sale of certain cleaning tools and products.
DietGoal v. Taco John’s International: DietGoal’s complaint (available here) claims that Taco John’s breached a settlement agreement with DietGoal after Taco John’s accepted a mediator’s proposal to settle all issues in a pending case but thereafter Taco John’s refused to pay the agreed-upon settlement amount.
Energy Intelligence v. HollyFrontier Corp.: Energy Intelligence’s complaint (available here) asserts that HollyFrontier infringed Energy Intelligence’s copyrights by improperly forwarding copies of Oil Daily to others.
Flexible Innovations v. K Design Marketing: Flexible Innovations asserts in its complaint (available here) that K Design has committed trademark infringement, false designation of origin, and unfair competition through the sale of certain cleaning products.
LakeSouth v. Wal-Mart: LakeSouth filed a patent infringement lawsuit (complaint available here) asserting that Wal-Mart infringes U.S. Patent No. 6,612,713 through the sale of solar powered umbrellas, and U.S. Patent Nos. 6,901,882 and 7,017,521 through the sale of certain bird feeders.
LakeSouth v. Evergreen: LakeSouth’s patent infringement lawsuit (complaint available here) asserts that Evergreen infringes U.S. Patent Nos. 6,901,882 and 7,017,521 through the sale of certain bird feeders.