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Apple seeks to halt latest VoIP-Pal patent infringement litigation

Responding to a recently lodged VoIP-Pal patent lawsuit, Apple in a complaint filed Thursday says it does not infringe on the non-practicing entity’s intellectual property and contends that the patents-in-suit are invalid.Last week, VoIP-Pal, a firm that exists solely to leverage voice over IP patents against larger technology firms in court, lodged a fresh lawsuit against Apple in the Western District of Texas, claiming the iPhone maker’s iMessage and FaceTime products infringe owned intellectual property. The complaint is one in a long line of legal actions VoIP-Pal has taken against Apple over the past five years.In its filing with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California today, Apple argues that its services do not infringe on VoIP-Pal IP. Further, the patent troll’s clutch of patents, including the pair most recently asserted in Western Texas, are invalid. VoIP-Pal’s legal strategy follows a familiar, if not effective, pattern that dates back to at least 2016, Apple suggests. Read more…
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