Norsync Technology has filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of Ohio against Oracle Corporation for patent infringement.
The plaintiff alleges that the defendant infringed on its registered patent with Patent No. 7,502, 791 named “Database Constraint Enforcer” by using its data integrator method described in the patent without permission or authorization.
The plaintiff reportedly said that the defendant infringed its patents which covers a method for enforcing a set of constraints that governs the integrity of information stored in a database system.
The plaintiff reportedly said that Oracles solutions and products including the Oracle Fusion Middleware system (the Accused Product) are using the plaintiff’s method and that the Oracle Data Integrator uses declarative data integrity rules defined in its centralized metadata repository.
The plaintiff claimed that the accused product retrieves existing rules automatically which has been defined at the data level and the data flow is checked against the defined rules and analyzed data taken as correct is integrated into the target datastore while incorrect data is moved to the error tables automatically.
The plaintiff reportedly said that the defendant did not obtain permission or a license to use the patented method and had caused lots of damages, confusion, and unfair competition,
The plaintiff is seeking a jury, permanent injunction, an award for damages, an accounting of all infringing sales and damages, to restrain and enjoin the defendant from further infringement, and other relief.
The case is pending.
Norsync Technology AS v. Oracle Corporation
|Judge:||Donald C Nugent|
|Court:||Ohio Northern District Court|
|Nature of Suit:||Patent|
|Case Filed:||September 10, 2020|