SAN FRANCISCO – A business has filed suit against a competitor for alleged patent infringement pertaining to its sensor-based products that include security systems and cameras.
The case was filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division, on Sept. 12 by e.Digital Corp. against Netgear Inc., doing business as Arlo.
The patent infringement involves the defendant’s sensor-based products, including Arlo HD Security Systems, Arlo Wire-Free Security Systems, Arlo HD Cameras, Arlo Q Plus HD Cameras, Netgear’s computer and mobile application and their cloud-based services for remote monitoring and communication. Netgear claims these products violate four patents issued to e.Digital.
The plaintiff claims the defendant had knowledge of the patent infringement, intentionally sells the products that infringe on the patents in the United States and actively encourages others to infringe upon the patents.
The plaintiff is seeking compensation for all damages caused by the infringement, attorney’s fees, pre-and post-judgment interest, and any relief the court deems proper. It is represented by Gabriel G. Hedrick, Lauren G. Kane and Anton N. Handal of Handal & Associates in San Francisco.
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division, case 3:16-cv-05211-JST