On the first of the month, L2 Mobile Technologies LLC, an entity affiliated with non-practicing entity Longhorn IP (named after the official state large mammal of its home state of Texas), sued Ford Motor Company over patent infringement in the District of Delaware (Courtlistener docket overview).Ford is not the most willing licensee among car makers. With Nokia, it once entered into a short-term license agreement that was more of a standstill agreement, and provided material to Daimler for use in its (meanwhile settled) dispute with the Finnish wireless company. Ford may prefer to lock horns with Longhorn over signing up…
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