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Spatium Innovations v. Cisco Webex

Spatium Innovations v. Cisco Webex

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Official Complaint for Patent Infringement in Civil Action No. None: Spatium Innovations LLC v. Cisco Webex LLC. Filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, no judge yet assigned. See http://news.priorsmart.com/-l9ZL for more info.
Official Complaint for Patent Infringement in Civil Action No. None: Spatium Innovations LLC v. Cisco Webex LLC. Filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, no judge yet assigned. See http://news.priorsmart.com/-l9ZL for more info.

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4.PersonaljurisdictionexistsgenerallyoverDefendantbecauseDefendanthas
sufficient
minimum
contacts
withthe
forum
as
a
result
of
businessconducted
withintheState
of
VirginiaandwithintheEasternDistrict
of
Virginia.PersonaljurisdictionalsoexistsspecificallyoverDefendantforitsconductinsellingand/orofferingtosell,directlyorthrough
intermediaries,infringingproductswithintheState
of
VirginiaandwithintheEasternDistrict
of
Virginia.
5.VenueisproperinthisCourtunder28U.S.C.§§1391(b),(c),and(d),aswellas
28U.S.C.§1400(b),because,uponinformationandbelief,eachDefendanthascommittedacts
withinthis
judicial
districtgiving
rise
to
thisaction
and
does
business
in
thisdistrict,
including
using,
selling,offering
for
sale,
providingservice
and
support
for
their
respective
customers,
and/orimportinginfringingproductsinand/orintothisdistrict.
 OUNT
 
INFRINGEMENT
OF
U S
P TENT
 O
5 7 7 879
6.Plaintiffisthe
owner
by
assignment
of
United
States
Patent
No.
5,717,879( the
 879
Patent )
titled
 System
forthe
capture
and
replay
of
temporal
datarepresenting
collaborative
activities.
The
 879
Patent
issued
on
February
10,
1998.
A
true
and
correct
copy
of
the
 879
Patent
is
attached
asExhibit
A.
7.
Upon
information
and
belief,Defendant
has
been
and
is
now
infringing
the
 879
Patent
in
the
State
of
Virginia,
in
this
judicial
district,
and
elsewhere
in
theUnited
States,
by,
among
otherthings,directly
or
through
intermediaries,
making,
using,
importing,providing,
supplying,
distributing,selling,and/oroffering
for
sale
apparatuses
and
systems,including
but
not
limited
to
Cisco
WebEx,
for
providing,
a
method
of
capturing
one
or
more
timestreams
using
one
or
more
capturedevices,each
of
saidone
or
more
capturedevicescapturing
a
specific
media,
storing
saidone
or
more
timestreams
in
a
sessionstoragedevice,analyzing
one
or
more
PLAINTIFF SCOMPLAINTFORPATENTINFRINGEMENT
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timestreamstocreateeventsforeach
of
saidoneormoretimestreams,eacheventcapable
of
beinganindexpointfortheplayback
of
saidtimestreams,storingeach
of
saideventsinsaid
sessionstoragedevice,asessionaccessworkstationreceivingarequesttoreplayasession,said
sessionaccessworkstationcreatingfromsaideventsaplurality
of
visualindicatorsforuseina
userinterface,saiduserinterfaceformovingplayback
of
saidtimestreamstospecificpointsin
time
of
saidsession,displayingsaiduserinterfaceonadisplaycoupledtosaidsessionaccess
workstation,saidsessionaccessworkstationdetectingthatauserhasselectedavisualindicator
from
saiduser
interface,
said
sessionaccessworkstationcausing
the
movement
ofa
playback
pointtoatimeassociatedwithsaid
visual
indicator,andplayerscoupledtosaidsession
access
workstationplayingbacksaidtimestreamsatanindexpointassociatedwithsaidselectedvisual
indicator,
covered
by
one
or
more
claims
of
the
 879
Patent
to
the
injury
of
Spatium.Defendant
isdirectly
infringing,
literallyinfringing,and/orinfringingthe 879
Patent
under
the
doctrine
of
equivalents.Defendant
is
thusliable
for
infringement
of
the
 879
Patentpursuant
to
35
U.S.C.
§
271.
8
On
information
and
belief,
to
the
extent
any
marking
was
required
by35
U.S.C.
§
287,
all
predecessors
in
interest
to
the
 879
Patentcomplied
withany
suchrequirements.
9.AsaresultofDefendant sinfringementofthe 879Patent,Plaintiffhassuffered
monetarydamages
and
is
entitled
to
a
money
judgment
in
an
amount
adequate
to
compensate
for
Defendant s
infringement,
but
inno
event
lessthan
a
reasonableroyalty
fortheuse
made
of
the
invention
by
Defendant,
together
with
interest
and
costs
as
fixedby
the
court,
and
Plaintiff
will
continue
to
suffer
damages
in
the
future
unless
Defendant s
infringingactivities
are
enjoined
by
this
Court.
PLAINTIFF SCOMPLAINT
FOR
PATENTINFRINGEMENT
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