October 25, 2019 / 1:06 PM / a month ago

Cellspin fights Garmin’s bid to send patent dispute to SCOTUS

Garmin USA and 10 other companies have sounded a false alarm in their petition for Supreme Court review of an appellate decision that revived patent-infringement litigation against them, Cellspin Soft argued in a brief to the high court on Wednesday.

The patents cover the use of Bluetooth technology to upload data and images to the web from a standalone device, such as a fitness tracker or camera. A federal judge in Oakland last year granted the defendants’ motion to dismiss the lawsuits, finding that Cellspin’s technology was not inventive enough to be eligible for a patent.

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