Google Must Face Indirect Infringement Claims in Court

Oct. 11, 2019, 2:50 PM

Google LLC must continue to face, in court rather than arbitration, claims that it indirectly infringed the intellectual property rights of a company that sells automobile security cameras, a federal court in New Jersey said.

InvenTel Products LLC holds patents, trademarks, and copyrights related to the HD MIRROR CAM. Jimmy Li, Lin Amy, and Wu Jinzhao—collectively the Li defendants—allegedly produce counterfeit HD MIRROR CAMs in China and market them to U.S. customers online, the court said.

InvenTel alleged Google continued to allow the Li defendants to use its advertisement services despite notification to Google that they were selling alleged counterfeit ...

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