A California inventor has sued Google Inc., alleging that its Chrome Web browser for mobile devices infringes on one of his patents. EMG Technology LLC, owned by lead inventor Elliot Gottfurcht, sued Google in the Eastern District of Texas on July 10. The complaint seeks an undetermined amount in damages plus preliminary and permanent injunctions barring Google from distributing its mobile Web browser in violation of his patent.
Google Joins Long List of Accused Infringers of Mobile Browser Patent
The National Law Journal
July 11, 2012
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