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Technology Properties Limited LLC et. al.
v. Nintendo Co., Ltd et. al.

Complaint for Patent Infringement
Civil Action No. 5:12-cv-03881-HRL, the Hon. Howard R. Lloyd presiding.
Filed on July 24, 2012 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California;

Plaintiffs

v.
Phoenix Digital Solutions
Technology Properties
Agility IP Law, LLP; Menlo Park, CA
Michelle Gail Breit
James Carl Otteson

Patriot Scientific
Kirby Noonan Lance & hoge, LLP; San Diego, CA
Charles T. Hoge

Defendants

Nintendo

Patents in case

  • 5,809,336: “High performance microprocessor having variable speed system clock” by Moore et. al. and assigned to Patriot Scientific Corporation. Prosecuted by Cooley Godward LLP. Includes 10 claims (4 indep.). Was application 08/484,918. Filed 6/7/1995 & Granted 9/15/1998.
  • 5,440,749: “High performance, low cost microprocessor architecture” by Moore et. al. and assigned to Nanotronics Corporation. Prosecuted by Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum. Includes 29 claims (3 indep.). Was application 07/389,334. Filed 8/3/1989 & Granted 8/8/1995.
  • 5,530,890: “High performance, low cost microprocessor” by Moore et. al. and assigned to Nanotronics Corporation. Prosecuted by Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum. Includes 10 claims (1 indep.). Was application 08/480,206. Filed 6/7/1995 & Granted 6/25/1996.

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