IP Commc'n Sol., LLC v. Viber Media (USA) Inc., DEFAX Case No. D67695 (D.Del. April 5, 2017), , U.S.D.J. (9 pages).
Defendant Viber Media (USA) Inc. moved to dismiss for failure to state a claim plaintiff IP Communications Solutions' patent infringement suit. Plaintiff's amended complaint accused defendant of direct and induced infringement of plaintiff's patent, which was directed to methods and systems for providing portable VoIP services. Specifically, plaintiff alleged that defendant used a VoIP server system that supported its Viber Mobile VoIP application. In support of its claim for induced infringement, plaintiff further alleged that defendant instructed and encouraged its users to use defendant's VoIP app, and the VoIP server system that supported the app, in a manner that infringed upon plaintiff's patent.
|April 19, 2017
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