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Cellspin Soft, Inc. v. Fitbit LLC
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October 06, 2022
A California federal judge on Thursday denied a $9 million attorney fee bid sought by Nike, Fitbit, Under Armour and others in patent litigation initiated by Cellspin Soft over systems that automatically publish social media content, rejecting arguments that the case is so exceptional that it warrants fees.
June 16, 2022
A California federal judge has handed a win to Nike Inc., Fitbit Inc., Under Armour Inc. and others in patent litigation lodged by Cellspin Soft Inc. over systems that can automatically publish social media content, finding that the allegations lacked substance.
April 15, 2021
A California federal judge on Wednesday trimmed Cellspin Soft Inc.'s patent claims against Nike, Fitbit and others, finding that four of eight categories of claims within three Cellspin patents do not demonstrate inventive concepts on data uploading and transmitting, while declining to invalidate the patents.
June 12, 2018
Cellspin Soft Inc. urged a California federal judge Tuesday to reject bids for attorneys' fees by GoPro, Nike, Fitbit and other companies that beat Cellspin's lawsuits alleging their fitness trackers and GPS devices infringe its data-uploading patents, arguing it litigated the cases reasonably and saying "there's no evidence this was a shakedown."
April 25, 2018
GoPro, Nike, Fitbit and several other companies that beat lawsuits filed by Cellspin Soft Inc. alleging their fitness-tracking and GPS devices infringed its data uploading patent asked a federal court Tuesday to award them attorneys' fees for having to defend a "meritless" case.
April 04, 2018
Nike Inc., Fitbit Inc. and a handful of other companies escaped a bundle of lawsuits alleging they'd infringed a data uploading patent when a California federal judge ruled the technology described in the patents, which involve uploading with a Bluetooth connection, wasn't patent-eligible under the U.S. Supreme Court's Alice ruling.
March 06, 2018
Nike, Fitbit and nine other companies urged a federal judge Tuesday to toss nine lawsuits brought by Cellspin Soft accusing them of infringing four data uploading patents with their fitness trackers and other products, arguing the patents describe abstract ideas that aren't patentable under the Supreme Court's 2014 Alice ruling.