Tesla, Dell Among 12 Accused Of Infringing 3G, 4G Patents

Law360 (May 18, 2020, 6:44 PM EDT) -- European patent-licensing company Sisvel fired off a dozen lawsuits in Delaware and Florida federal courts Friday, accusing Tesla, Dell and other tech companies of infringing patents originally issued to Nokia, BlackBerry and LG, which Sisvel claims are essential to the 3G and 4G LTE wireless standards.

Sisvel International SA's lawsuits, which assert between four and 12 wireless communication and networking patents against the companies, target smartphone makers around the world, along with electronics companies that provide support for so-called internet of things devices.

Sisvel said in a statement Monday that the litigation is part of Sisvel's continued effort to license patents,...

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