SAN JOSE, Calif. — LELO has confirmed today that its lawsuit against Standard Innovation Corporation is based on infringement on its patented technology for inductively chargeable massagers.
Standard Innovation’s We-Vibe 3 product has been named in a lawsuit filed in Federal Court in the Northern District of California for infringement of LELO’s intellectual property rights (Case No. CV-13-01393-PSG).
LELO is represented by Fenwick & West LLP, a national law firm representing technology-based clients in various fields, including the Internet, computer hardware and software, digital media and entertainment, semiconductor, biotechnology and medical device industries.
The company is seeking a court order to stop further infringement and sales of We-Vibe products that infringe on LELO’s patent, and for unspecified damages due to sales of the infringing We-Vibe products.
LELO says Standard Innovation Corporation’s infringement has been ongoing and that it will hold Standard Innovation Corporation and all involved infringers accountable for past, present and future damages. The company is also considering naming as defendants in the case any infringing third parties involved in the sale, offer for sale, or importation of infringing We-Vibe products in the U.S., and abroad.
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