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Patent office grants Mobotix request for review

December 18, 2013SSN Staff

NEW YORK—The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Mobotix's request for a review of four e-Watch patents, Mobotix announced Dec. 18. A federal court agreed to Mobotix's motion to stay litigation pending a patent review; e-Watch filed a patent-infringement case against Mobotix in San Antonio Federal Court, according to the release. Government officials have agreed that information Mobotix provided the patent office showed it was likely Mobotix would succeed in its efforts to show the claims...

e-watch, Mobotix, patent infringement, patent review, Steve Gorski


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OV drops Samsung case, ITC trial involving Bosch starts today

July 18, 2012Martha Entwistle

ObjectVideo issued a statement at 7:30 this morning announcing that it has dropped patent infringement charges against Samsung. The statement came two hours before an International Trade Commission trial began at 9:30 this morning. I called ObjectVideo, but they're not saying anything beyond what's in the press release. I also have a call into Samsung. The release says that ObjectVideo filed an unopposed motion to terminate the International Trade Commission investigation against Samsung. “Both...

Bosch, International Trade Commission, ObjectVideo, patent infringement, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Security Systems News


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Object Video sues Sony, Samsung, Bosch

April 14, 2011Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—The news, announced last week, that video analytics maker ObjectVideo is suing Sony, Samsung and Bosch for alleged patent infringement on some of OV's analytics took the industry by surprise, and had many asking the question: “Why now?” After all, certain technologies have been in use for a while now, so why suddenly start suing major camera manufacturers? Is the lawsuit, as some surmise, designed to generate publicity or an opportunistic move by attorneys trolling...

Bosch, Eric Griffen, intellectual property, ObjectVideo, patent infringement, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Sony, York Capital


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