September filings increased, after the typical August lull.  Frequent filers included Internet Media Interactive, Kaldren, Landmark Technology, Mirror Imaging, Personal Audio, and Realtime Adaptive Streaming.

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Kaldren LLC v. Denbury Resources (D. Del.) (multiple cases).

Claim:            Infringement


  • Denbury Resources Inc.
  • Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
  • Express Scripts Holding Company
  • Edwards Lifesciences Corporation
  • Embraer Executive Jet Services, LLC

Plaintiff:        Kaldren LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Stamoulis & Weinblatt; and Toler Law Group

Patents:          6,820,807 (Variable formatting of digital data into a pattern); and 8,281,999 (Variable formatting of digital data into a pattern).

Realtime Adaptive Streaming LLC v., Inc. et al. (E.D. Tex.).

Claim:             Infringement


  • com, Inc.
  • Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Amazon Digital Services, LLC

Plaintiff:        Realtime Adaptive Streaming LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Russ August & Kabat; and Ward Smith & Hill

Patents:          8,929,442 (System and methods for video and audio data distribution); 8,934,535 (Systems and methods for video and audio data storage and distribution); and 9,769,477 (Video data compression systems).

Internet Media Interactive Corp. v. The Kraft Heinz Company (N.D. Ill.) (multiple cases).

Judge:             District Judge Edmond E. Chang

Claim:             Infringement


  • The Kraft Heinz Company
  • Baxter International Inc.

Plaintiff:        Internet Media Interactive Corp.

Pls. Cnsl:        Haller Law

Patent:            6,049,835 (System for providing easy access to the World Wide Web utilizing a published list of preselected Internet locations together with their unique multi-digit jump codes).

Landmark Technology, LLC v. Southern Motorcycle Supply, Inc. (S.D. Cal.; W.D.Wash.) (multiple cases).

Judges:           Magistrate Judge Jill L. Burkhardt; District Judge John A. Houston

Claim:             Infringement


  • Southern Motorcycle Supply, Inc.
  • Totally Chocolate, Inc.

Plaintiff:        Landmark Technology, LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Banie & Ishimoto

Patent:            6,289,319 (Automatic business and financial transaction processing system).

RFID Technology Innovations, LLC v. Fiesta Mart, LLC (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

Claim:            Infringement


  • Fiesta Mart, LLC
  • Floor & Decor Holdings, Inc.
  • Hallmark Cards, Inc.
  • The Sherwin-Williams Company
  • Ulta Beauty, Inc.

Plaintiff:        RFID Technology Innovations, LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Kizzia Johnson

Patent:            9,582,689 (System and method for presenting information about an object on a portable electronic device).

Lexos Media IP, LLC v. Jos A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. (D. Del.) (multiple cases).

Claim:            Infringement


  • Jos A Bank Clothiers, Inc.
  • Oriental Trading Company, Inc.
  • Ralph Lauren Corporation
  • The TJX Companies, Inc.
  • Williams-Sonoma, Inc.

Plaintiff:        Lexos Media IP, LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Stamoulis & Weinblatt

Patents:          5,995,102 (Server system and method for modifying a cursor image); and 6,118,449 (Server system and method for modifying a cursor image).

Venadium LLC v. American Musical Supply, Inc. (D.N.J.) (multiple cases).

Claim:            Infringement


  • American Musical Supply, Inc.
  • Campmor, Inc.
  • DataMotion, Inc.
  • Prudential Financial, Inc.
  • Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc.
  • Thorlabs, Inc.
  • WizKids/NECA, LLC

Plaintiff:        Venadium LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Corcoran IP Law; and Zimmerman Law Group

Patent:            6,330,549 (Protected shareware).

Mirror Imaging LLC v. American National Bank of Texas (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

Judge:             District Judge Rodney Gilstrap

Claim:            Infringement


  • American National Bank of Texas
  • Benchmark Bank
  • Guaranty Bank & Trust, NA
  • North Dallas Bank & Trust Co.
  • Third Coast Bancshares, Inc.
  • Third Coast Bank, SSB

Plaintiff:        Mirror Imaging LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Rabicoff Law

Patents:          6,963,866 (Method of obtaining an electronically stored financial document); 7,552,118 (Method of obtaining an electronically-stored financial document); 7,836,067 (Method of obtaining electronically-stored financial documents); and 9,141,612 (Method of obtaining an electronically-stored financial document).

IDB Ventures, LLC v. American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (E.D. Tex.) (multiple cases).

Claim:            Infringement


  • American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.
  • The Buckle, Inc.
  • Charlotte Russe Holdings, Inc.

Plaintiff:        IDB Ventures, LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Cunningham Swaim

Patent:            6,216,139 (Integrated dialog box for rapidly altering presentation of parametric text data objects on a computer display).

Google Inc. v. Personal Audio, LLC (N.D. Cal.).

Judge:             District Judge Vince Chhabria

Claim:             Declaratory Judgment

Defendant:     Personal Audio, LLC

Plaintiff:        Google Inc.

Pls. Cnsl:        White & Case

Patents:          6,199,076 (Audio program player including a dynamic program selection controller); and 7,509,178 (Audio program distribution and playback system).

Micoba LLC vs. Spotify USA Inc. (D. Del.).

Claim:             Infringement

Defendant:     Spotify USA Inc.

Plaintiff:        Micoba LLC

Pls. Cnsl:        Kizzia Johnson; and Stamoulis & Weinblatt

Patent:            8,473,532 (Method and apparatus for automatic organization for computer files).