PHILADELPHIA — A New York company is suing a Malvern business, alleging three counts of patent infringement.
Endeavor Meshtech Inc. of New York City filed a lawsuit Jan. 4 in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Rajant Corporations of Malvern, alleging infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,379,981, 8,700,749 and 8,855,019.
According to the complaint, Endeavor owns the patents-in-suit and possess all rights, titles and interest in the patents-in-suit, including enforcement and right to license the patents. The suit says Rajant infringed on the ‘981 patent because it ships, distributes, makes, uses, imports, offers for sale, sells and/or advertises devices that form a self-organizing wireless network.
The suit further states Rajant infringed on the ‘749 patent and the ‘019 patent through the manufacture and sale of infringing products under the Rajant Kinetic Wireless Mesh, BreadCrumb, InstaMesh, CacheCrumb and Mesh Antennas brands.
Endeavor Meshtech seeks a jury trial, an adjunction for the induced infringement, damages for the past infringement, plus court costs and any relief the court deems just. It is represented Julie Chovanes, James F. McDonough III, Jacqueline K. Burt and Jonathon R. Miller of Heninger Garrison Davis LLC in Atlanta.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case number 2:16-cv-00013-MAK