Parus Files Second Patent Lawsuit Against Apple for Infringement of its Proprietary Voice-Browsing and Device Control Technology
Parus Holdings, Inc., a pioneer in voice-enabled technologies, announced that it has filed a second patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S. Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas against Apple, Inc. The lawsuit alleges that Apple infringes on Parus’ patents for voice-browsing and device control technology. The lawsuit is based on U.S. Patent No. 6,721,705 and U.S. Patent No. 8,185,402. Parus is seeking all available remedies, including damages against Apple for all of its infringing sales. The lawsuit asserts that the infringement has been “willful,” and requests that Apple be ordered to pay treble damages and Parus’ attorneys’ fees, and be permanently enjoined from infringing the Parus Patents.
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This is the second lawsuit Parus has filed against Apple relating to its use of Parus’ voice-user interface technologies for retrieving information. The ‘431 and ‘084 Patents are asserted in the district court cases against Apple, Google, and Samsung (6-19-cv-00432, 6-19-vc-00433, 6-19-vc-00438) in the Western District of Texas and the case against LG (3-20-cv-05896) in the Northern District of California, all filed in 2019. These district court cases have been stayed pending the results of various IPRs. Parus also has asserted different patents in other district court cases currently pending in the Western District of Texas against Microsoft and Google.
Earlier this month, Parus secured an important victory against Apple at The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, as it rejected in its entirety Apple’s attempt to invalidate key Parus patents.
“Parus is a pioneer in voice- enabled technology and services as we know it,” said Taj Reneau, Chairman and CEO of Parus. “These patents are the culmination of a lifetime of hard work and passion for innovation. It’s Parus’s preference to license its foundational technology but will vigorously defend its patent portfolio as necessary.”
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