Texas-based, Coretek Licensing has filed a lawsuit in the New York Southern District Court against HCL Technologies U.S. subsidiary, HCL Sametime for patent infringement.
Coretek Licensing, the legal arm of Coretek Services alleges that HCL Sametime infringed on its patent which enables wireless devices to initiate network connections without using a user’s home location details.
According to the lawsuit, Corotek said that HCL Sametime infringed upon at least one or multiple of four patents owned by the plaintiff.
The plaintiff reportedly said that three of the four infringed patents are related to wireless communications while the fourth is about phone service over the internet.
The plaintiff reportedly said that the infringement has caused lots of damages, confusion, and unfair competition.
Coretek Licensing is seeking a jury trial and a payment of all alleged infringed sales and damages.
The case is ongoing.
Coretek Licensing LLC v. HCL America, Inc.
|Judge:||Lorna G Schofield|
|Court:||New York Southern District Court|
|Nature of Suit:||Patent|
|Case Filed:||June 29, 2020|