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Bunker IP Files a Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against DISH Wireless and T-Mobile

On Wednesday plaintiff Bunker IP LLC filed complaints in the Northern District of Illinois against DISH Wireless LLC and T-Mobile USA, Inc., respectively, alleging that the defendants infringed the patents-in-suit in their respective lawsuit relating to cellular network mode switching.

The patents-in-suit in both suits are United States Patent Nos. 7,181,237 (the ’237 patent), entitled “Control of a Multi-Mode, Multi-Band Telephone via a Single Hardware and Software Man Machine Interface” and 8,843,641 (the ’641 patent), entitled “Plug-In Connector System for Protected Establishment of a Network Connection.”

The plaintiff stated that the ’237 patent generally relates to a “multimode, multi-band mobile telephone system, including those controlled via a single hardware and software man machine interface.” DISH allegedly infringed at least claims 1, 3, 7, and 9 of the ’237 patent through the Coolpad Legacy SR and the Wiko Ride 2, mobile phones which are offered through Boost Mobile, a company that is owned by DISH. The phones are referred to as the Accused Instrumentalities by the complaint.

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