Google, JC Penney Continue Eolas Web Browser Patent Fight

Law360, Los Angeles (January 2, 2014, 4:15 PM EST) -- Google Inc. and J.C. Penney Corp. Inc. have sued Eolas Technologies Inc. in California federal court seeking declarations that they haven't infringed two of the company's patents covering interactive Web browser functions, several months after the Federal Circuit affirmed a jury verdict invalidating two similar patents. 

Google and J.C. Penney filed separate declaratory complaints on Monday and Tuesday, respectively, asking the court to find that they haven't infringed U.S. Patent numbers 8,082,293 and 8,086,662. The companies filed suit after Eolas, the exclusive licensee of the '293...
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