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Source Code Review

LexInnova helped a client achieve a successful settlement with multiple defendants in the cellphone OEM industry. The patented technology was related to encoding of images/video and is widely adopted in modern cellphone operating systems. The source code required review of more than 2 TB of source code with languages such C/C++, Java, Perl, Verilog and VHDL. The code base consisted of significant amount of proprietary software and hardware code, and the project was executed with a tight deadline of less than 2 months.

Category: Source Code Review Analysis


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Circuit Extraction

A Fortune 500 telecom major wanted LexInnova to identify potentially infringing products and draft infringement claim charts for a patent related to a low noise amplifier (LNA) circuitry used in mobile devices.

Category: Infringement Analysis


Digital Image Processing

Our client, a leading law firm, was representing a multinational corporation to ascertain the validity of its patent. The patent disclosed a digital imaging device and means for embedding and retrieving information in digital images.

Category: Invalidity Analysis


Inter Partes Review (IPR)

LexInnova was referred to an AM Law 100 law firm for expert consulting in a petition for Inter Partes Review (IPR) proceeding challenging the validity of a patent disclosing an approach for managing the use of interference in communication channels based on performance.

Category: Others


Invalidity Contention

Our client, a prominent international law firm, was representing an electronics-giant which was accused of using a patented technology of high speed low power data transfer systems in their products.

Category: Others


Invalidity Search-Display Devices

The client, a leading law firm, was representing a multinational corporation to ascertain the validity of a competitor’s patent. The patent disclosed various elements of electro-luminescence devices (ELD).

Category: Invalidity Analysis


Invalidity Search-Memory Devices

Our client, a leading international law firm, was involved in a patent litigation related to ‘Self-timed memory’ technology. The patent disclosed a memory array having multiple clock driver circuits.

Category: Invalidity Analysis


Post-acquisition Due Diligence Review

Post-acquisition of XYZ Inc., our client wanted to perform a due diligence of all XYZ’s customers’ agreements to identify: rights that exist in each of whether specific rights were negotiated for individual customers; and actual negotiated provisions for non-standard agreements.

Category: Others


Software License Review

Our client, a multinational Fortune 500 computer software company, engaged LexInnova to perform due diligence review on a set of software licenses for identifying license rights, obligations, and to provide visibility into its software assets and license entitlements.

Category: Others


Source Code Review

LexInnova helped a client achieve a successful settlement with multiple defendants in the cellphone OEM industry. The patented technology was related to encoding of images/video and is widely adopted in modern cellphone operating systems. The source code required review of more than 2 TB of source code with languages such C/C++, Java, Perl, Verilog and VHDL. The code base consisted of significant amount of proprietary software and hardware code, and the project was executed with a tight deadline of less than 2 months.

Category: Source Code Review Analysis


Vehicle Diagnostic Data

Our client, a leading law firm, was representing a multinational corporation to ascertain the validity of its patent. The patent disclosed a system for monitoring a vehicle that includes a wireless appliance in electrical contact with an in-vehicle computer.

Category: Invalidity Analysis


Vehicle Monitoring System

Our client, a leading international law firm, was involved in a patent litigation related to Vehicle Monitoring Systems. The patent disclosed a system that monitors the state of a vehicle through sensors placed on or in the vehicle and provides feedback by the sensors.

Category: Invalidity Analysis


Wireless Communication

Our client, a leading international law firm, was involved in a patent litigation related to ‘Adaptive Frequency Hopping Protocol’ technology. The patent disclosed an approach for selecting sets of communication channels based on their performance results and specified criteria.

Category: Invalidity Analysis