Google Wants Texas Website IP Suit Shipped To Calif.

By Brett Barrouquere (January 26, 2021, 5:16 PM EST) -- Google on Monday asked a federal judge in west Texas to move a small technology company's lawsuit accusing the tech giant of infringing its patented website development methods to northern California, where a federal court is already handling nine other cases involving the same patents.

In a motion filed Monday in the Western District of Texas in Waco, Google noted that plaintiff Express Mobile Inc. is headquartered in Novato, California, about 75 miles from Mountain View, where Google is based.

Google wants the case transferred to the federal court in San Francisco.

Google said in the motion to transfer that U.S....

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